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Arrows hit bullseye against Tigers

Published 9:50am Wednesday, February 19, 2014

ASHBY — A double-double from Madison VanSanten’s (16 points and 11 rebounds) led the Ashby girls basketball team past the visiting Rothsay Tigers 66-39 on Tuesday night.

The Arrows opened up their offense early, scoring 46 points in the first half. Amber Sundal followed up with 12 points. Cassandra Jordan finished with 13 points and Paige Nelson had 10.

“We came out in the first half and played well on both ends of the court,” said Ashby head coach Troy Mickelson. “Again, our defense set the tempo for the game. Defensively we were able to get stops when we needed to and played good team defense.”

The Arrows host Brandon-Evansville on Friday. The Tigers will host Parkers Prairie.

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