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Girls Basketball: ACGC turns back Morris/CA, 59-46

GROVE CITY -- Atwater-Cosmos-Grove City wore down Morris/Chokio-Alberta for a 59-46 win in West Central South Conference girls basketball action Thursday.

GROVE CITY -- Atwater-Cosmos-Grove City wore down Morris/Chokio-Alberta for a 59-46 win in West Central South Conference girls basketball action Thursday.

The Falcons (11-5, 16-8), who finished third in the conference, were led by Chastity Pautzke's 17 points and six steals. Chelsea Jans added 14 points, and Sydney Larson and Natasha Dallmann contributed 12 each. Larson had 11 rebounds and seven assists.

Erin Schieler scored 11 points and pulled down 11 boards for the Tigers (6-10, 8-15). Beth Holland added nine points.

ACGC 59, Morris/CA 46

Morris/CA (6-10, 8-15) 22 24 -- 46

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ACGC (11-5, 16-8) 29 30 -- 59

MORRIS/CHOKIO-ALBERTA - 19-47 FG (3-5 3-pt); 5-8 FT; 20 rebounds; 20 fouls ... Scoring: Beth Holland 9, Kelsey Loew 2, Holly Amundson 2, Katie Holtzheimer 4, Sara Kuhn 3, Shadow Olson 7, Erica Domnick 6, Erin Schieler 11, Liz Helberg 2 ... 3-point shots: Holland 1, Kuhn 1, Olson 1 ... Rebound leaders: Schieler 11, Kuhn 6 ... Assist leaders: Schieler 3 ... Steal leaders: no leader

ATWATER-COSMOS-GROVE CITY - 23-60 FG (3-8 3-pt); 10-22 FT; 32 rebounds; 11 fouls ... Scoring: Paige Wilner 3, Chastity Pautzke 17, Kaitlyn Moore 1, Sydney Larson 12, Chelsea Jans 14, Natasha Dallmann 12 ... 3-point shots: Pautzke 2, Larson 1 ... Rebound leaders: Larson 11, Pautzke 7, Dallmann 7 ... Assist leaders: Larson 7, Wilner 5 ... Steal leaders: Pautzke 6

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