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Lady Huskies fall to Big Springs in a nail biter

A nail biter right off the bat.

The Mifflin County girls basketball team wasted little time finding itself in a back and forth contest against Big Springs.

Unfortunately for the Huskies, the girls fell 47-45 Friday night.

Molly Wagoner paced the way for “the Purple and Black Attack”, netting 13 points. Madison Schaeffer was next up for Mifflin County, scoring 10 points.

Big Springs got a “Big” effort from three of its players.

Emily Sullivan and Laney Noreika with 11, while teammate Shelby Miller followed with 10. 

Mifflin County started off strong outscoring Big Spring 14-6. 

Leading the scoring in the opening period was Wagoner with five while 

Briana Bodtorf has three. 

The tides turned in the second as Big Spring took over the momentum posting a 16-9 second period.

As the two teams went into the intermission Mifflin County led by one point, 23-22.

Schaeffer was the Huskies’ leading scorer in the stanza with four. 

Big Spring also outscored Mifflin County by a 11-8 margin. With the three-point advantage in the period, Big Springs took the lead 33-31.

Both teams finished in a stalemate in the final stanza at 14, giving Big Spring the 2-point victory. 

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