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Twin Cedars Continues Home Stand this Evening

Off to good starts thus far, the Twin Cedars Sabers’ basketball teams have tough competition ahead of them against Lamoni tonight. The Sabers’ girls are 4 – 0 to start the season, and are on the heels of a victory by the narrowest of margins against Davis County on Monday, winning 47 – 46. Senior Alee Hugen has been the offensive spark plug for her team this season, leading the way with an outstanding average of 21 points per game, while the team as a whole is also hitting the glass hard, grabbing just under 34 rebounds per game. The Lamoni girls are 2 – 3 this season, and haven’t scored over 40 points in any game yet, and would appear to have a similarly difficult time against a stout Sabers defense. On the boys’ side, Twin Cedars is 2 – 1, also coming off a defeat of Davis County on Monday. Lamoni, however, is one of the top ranked teams in the state, and are 3 – 1 on the year. The Demons are led by Jeremy Deemer, who is averaging better than 20 points and 15 rebounds per game. Tonight’s Bluegrass Conference doubleheader tips off at 6:15 p.m.