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Lady Rebels

By: Joel Herrig, staff writer

January 15, 2014

Rebekah Nysetvold takes a jump shot in the first half against the Chargers.  Nysetvold finished the game with 20 points. 
 MURRAY COUNTY NEWS/ Sean Solheim
MURRAY COUNTY NEWS/ Sean Solheim
Rebekah Nysetvold takes a jump shot in the first half against the Chargers. Nysetvold finished the game with 20 points.
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The MCC Rebel girls were at home for their only game of the week Tuesday. The Rebels offense had put up 70 points in two of their past three games and in the game they didnít get to 70, they still scored 65. The Rebels offense has been the strength of the team over the last couple of weeks but the Rebels defense needs to step up to slow teams down. The Rebels on Tuesday faced the Westbrook Walnut Grove Chargers, a team struggling to get wins this season with a team filled with underclassmen. The MCC Rebels started out slowly but cranked up their play in the second half on their way to their second straight conference win.

The story of this game was the MCC Rebelsí Rebekah Nysetvold and Morgan Behrends trying to keep pace with the red hot shooting Elizabeth Woelber. The Rebel duo did a great job offsetting the offensive production of the Chargers top guard.

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