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NEH rallies past CWL girls, 41-39

Starr Haler of CWL works for a basket down low in recent action in Corwith.

Northeast Hamilton capped a fourth quarter rally with a 3-pointer at the buzzer to lift the Trojans past Corwith-Wesley-LuVerne, 41-39 last Saturday night (Dec. 8) in the Corwith gym.
The Trojans went on a 3-point shooting deluge and outscored the Panthers 22-11 in the final period after CWL held a 28-19 lead after three quarters of play.
Megen Studer scored 17 points to power CWL, which fell to 1-5 overall on the season with the non-conference loss.

Wolverines 46, Panthers 34
West Bend-Mallard pulled away in the second half to defeat CWL, 46-34 in Corn Belt Conference action in Corwith Friday night (Dec. 14). Elizabeth Carlton scored 18 points and Megen Studer had nine to power CWL, which fell to 1-6 overall, 0-4 in conference play. Sadie Poldervaart also had five points.

H-LP 61, Panthers 31
Noreen Morrow scored 25 points to lead Harris-Lake Park past CWL, 61-31 in Corn Belt Conference action in Corwith on Dec. 7.
Megen Studer led CWL with 13 points. The Panthers battled the Wolves to a 11-11 first quarter draw but fell behind in the second quarter and trailed 28-17 at halftime. H-LP went on a 15-4 third quarter flurry to break the game open.

CCE 37, Panthers 20
Clay Central opened with an early lead and never looked back in topping CWL, 37-20 on Dec. 4 at Royal in conference action.
Studer scored 12 points to lead the Panthers, who trailed 25-8 at halftime.
CWL will host CAL on Dec. 18 in their final game before the Christmas break.