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‘Maids Win 3; Lose 2

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   The ‘Maids stand 3-2 on the season with road wins against Keyser, Braxton and winnining the home -opener against Liberty.   

 The ‘Maids fell to Notre Dame and Fairmont Senior.

   The girls picked up the road win Nov. 30 56-52. 

   Starting for the ‘Maids were Seniors    The ‘Maids were paced by the late game performance of Cayton who made some key baskets to put the ‘Maids ahead.

    In the 62-45 win over Braxton, the ‘Maids saw balanced scoring from Posey who put in 19, followed by Krinov with 16, Cayton with 13. 

     In the Liberty game, the Minutemaids were paced by a full-team contribution.     

   The JV ‘Maids stand 2-2 on the season with a wins against  Liberty and Braxton and losses against Keyser and Fairmont Senior.

    Players said the balanced team scoring has helped with the offense. 

     The team also has produced under the basket with rebounding.  

     Coaches are Mr. Ben Whetsel and Mr. Kenton Bozic. 

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