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Rockets blast Eagles 65-32

Published 11:15am Wednesday, February 6, 2013

The Rocket girls basketball team used home court advantage and a great shooting night from Carly Masloski to record their fourth straight victory with a win over New York Mills 65-32 Tuesday.

Masloski finished the evening with 27 points to lead the Underwood scoring charge. Kaitlyn Holen (15) and Krista Aasness (11) were also in double figures for the Rockets in the win.

Underwood’s Greta Thormodson was in foul trouble, slowing her offensive production, but contributed 11 rebounds.

Lydia Rutten dropped in nine points for the Eagles in the game.

The Rockets will look to carry over their momentum Thursday as they host Little Eight Conference foe Rothsay in a 7:30 p.m. showdown.

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