Twin Cedars’ basketball teams are wrapping up an extended home stand this evening as they welcome Moravia into town. The girls’ game kicks things off between two undefeated squads. The Sabers’ girls are 8 – 0 and have had other players besides Alee Hugen step up and shoot the ball well from the field, like Brittney Roby and Ayla Crosby, who are combining for almost 19 points per game. Coach Justin Nolte wants more rebounding and defense out of his girls heading into the backend of their schedule. On the boys’ side, they are 4 – 4 entering 2013’s opening contest, while Moravia is sitting at 1 – 4. The Sabers are looking at getting some momentum started heading into the Bluegrass Conference tournament next weekend. For Melcher-Dallas boys, they are parting ways with the girls temporarily to play Diagonal, a team that defeated Twin Cedars earlier this season. The Melcher-Dallas boys and the Twin Cedars girls will each tip-off at 6:15 p.m. tonight.