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February 6, 2013

CLASS A NEW WASHINGTON SECTIONAL: Host Mustangs pull away for 56-43 win over Borden

CAI falls to South Central, 47-28

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NEW WASHINGTON — SOUTH CENTRAL JUMPS ON CAI EARLY

The Rebels jumped out to a 12-5 first quarter lead behind hot-shooting junior guard Kelsey Miller and never looked back en route to a 47-28 win over Christian Academy in the New Washington Sectional opener.

Miller finished with a game-high 15 points with two three-pointers, leading her team to a semifinal meeting with Lanesville on Friday at 6 p.m. The Rebels (7-14) defeated Lanesville during the regular season 47-28 just a little more than a month ago.

The Warriors lose four seniors off this season’s 5-14 squad, including Tuesday night’s leading scorer Nicole Kauchak, who provided 11 points.

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