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Lady E'Hawk Reserves Playing Hard In Contests

December 29, 2011
by Dan Voigt , Emmetsburg News

Emmetsburg's Lady E-Hawks have been playing hard in their first contests of the season, earning a mark of 2-4 in games played through Dec. 12.

Coach Shawn Connelly's Lady E-Hawks began their season with a game at Bishop Garrigan in Algona on Nov. 17 as part of the Iowa Pride Challenge.

The game started slowly for the young Lady E-Hawks, as they trailed 7-4 after the first quarter and 13-10 at the intermission. But in the second half, Emmetsburg battled back to take a slim, 22-21 lead over the Golden Bears and then when on to hold off Bishop Garrigan for the 29-26 victory.

Ashton Connelly led Emmetsburg with 16 points in the win, while Taylor Reimer added six points. Alexa Naig chipped in four points while Jacque Carlson added two points and Maura Soukop added a free throw.

Next action for the Lady E-Hawk JV came on Nov. 29 with a trip to Pocahontas to meet the Maidens of Pocahontas Area/Pomeroy-Palmer. Emmetsburg would struggle in a 42-23 loss.

Both teams struggled to start with, as the Maidens only led by a 4-2 score after one quarter, but Emmetsburg couldn't get the offense on track and trailed 23-7 at halftime.

Emmetsburg would come out ot the lockerroom after the half and battle back against the Maidens, cutting the deficit to 33-21 at the end of the third framed, but Pocahontas Area/Pomeroy -Palmer would apply the defense in the final frame and limit the Lady E-Hawks to a lone bucket in the fourth to take the 42-23 win over Emmetsburg.

Jacque Carlson would lead Emmetsburg's effort with nine points, while Ashton Connelly tallied six points. Maura Soukop added four points and Alexa Naig and Michaela Rehm both scored two points each in the loss.

With a 1-1 mark, the Lady E-Hawks opened their home season on Dec. 5 with a 31-29 loss to Forest City. Emmetsburg got off to a slow start in the game, trailing 7-5 after one quarter of action, but were able to stay in striking distance through the second quarter to trail 14-11 at the intermission. In the second half, the Lady E-Hawks were on fire, as they outscored Forest City 11-2 in the third frame to take a six-point, 22-16 advantage into the final quarter.

Emmetsburg would cling to the lead up to the final minute of the contest before Forest City would escape with the two-point victory.

The Lady E-Hawks were led by Jacque Carlson and Michaela Rehm, as they both scored eight points in the effort. Alexa Naig added six points, while Ashton Connelly scored four points and Taylor Reimer finished up the scoring with two point.

Emmetsburg would play host to Estherville Lincoln Central on Tuesday, Dec. 6, and were upended by the Midgets by a 34-22 tally.

The Lady E-Hawks took an early 13-8 lead after one quarter of play, but Estherville Lincoln Central would outscore Emmetsburg by an 18-2 margin in the second quarter to claim a 26-15 advantage at the half-time break of the contest.

Emmetsburg would battle back in the third quarter to cut Estherville Lincoln Central's lead to 29-21 by the end of the third quarter, but the Lady E-Hawks were unable to get any closer in the contest before falling by the 12-point, 34-22 final tally.

Ashton Connelly would score eight points to lead Emmetsburg's offense, with Alexa Naig scoring five points. Taylor Reimer would tally four points, with Jacque Carlson and Michaela Rehm both adding two points and Madison Reimer chipping in a free throw to round out the effort.

The Lady E-Hawks took to the highway on Dec. 9 to visit LeMars, and came home with a 42-37 loss in a well-played contest.

Emmetsburg would battle the Bulldogs from the opening tip, trailing 12-10 at the end of the opening quarter of play in LeMars. The Bulldogs would edge away from Emmetsburg in the second quarter to take a 23-17 lead at halftime, but in the third quarter, the Lady E-Hawks battled back and took the lead from LeMars by a bucket, 27-25 to end the quarter.

The final period would see the two teams trade the lead before LeMars made a brief run that allowed them to edge out to the 42-37 victory.

Emmetsburg was led by Ashton Connelly with 15 points, while Taylor Reimer added nine points. Jacque Carlson would score six points, while Alexa Naig added three points. Michaela Rehm tallied two points, while Caroline Fantz and Chelsea Forry both sank free throws for one point each.by Dan Voigt

Emmetsburg's Lady E-Hawks have been playing hard in their first contests of the season, earning a mark of 2-4 in games played through Dec. 12.

Coach Shawn Connelly's Lady E-Hawks began their season with a game at Bishop Garrigan in Algona on Nov. 17 as part of the Iowa Pride Challenge.

The game started slowly for the young Lady E-Hawks, as they trailed 7-4 after the first quarter and 13-10 at the intermission. But in the second half, Emmetsburg battled back to take a slim, 22-21 lead over the Golden Bears and then when on to hold off Bishop Garrigan for the 29-26 victory.

Ashton Connelly led Emmetsburg with 16 points in the win, while Taylor Reimer added six points. Alexa Naig chipped in four points while Jacque Carlson added two points and Maura Soukop added a free throw.

Next action for the Lady E-Hawk JV came on Nov. 29 with a trip to Pocahontas to meet the Maidens of Pocahontas Area/Pomeroy-Palmer. Emmetsburg would struggle in a 42-23 loss.

Both teams struggled to start with, as the Maidens only led by a 4-2 score after one quarter, but Emmetsburg couldn't get the offense on track and trailed 23-7 at halftime.

Emmetsburg would come out ot the lockerroom after the half and battle back against the Maidens, cutting the deficit to 33-21 at the end of the third framed, but Pocahontas Area/Pomeroy -Palmer would apply the defense in the final frame and limit the Lady E-Hawks to a lone bucket in the fourth to take the 42-23 win over Emmetsburg.

Jacque Carlson would lead Emmetsburg's effort with nine points, while Ashton Connelly tallied six points. Maura Soukop added four points and Alexa Naig and Michaela Rehm both scored two points each in the loss.

With a 1-1 mark, the Lady E-Hawks opened their home season on Dec. 5 with a 31-29 loss to Forest City. Emmetsburg got off to a slow start in the game, trailing 7-5 after one quarter of action, but were able to stay in striking distance through the second quarter to trail 14-11 at the intermission. In the second half, the Lady E-Hawks were on fire, as they outscored Forest City 11-2 in the third frame to take a six-point, 22-16 advantage into the final quarter.

Emmetsburg would cling to the lead up to the final minute of the contest before Forest City would escape with the two-point victory.

The Lady E-Hawks were led by Jacque Carlson and Michaela Rehm, as they both scored eight points in the effort. Alexa Naig added six points, while Ashton Connelly scored four points and Taylor Reimer finished up the scoring with two point.

Emmetsburg would play host to Estherville Lincoln Central on Tuesday, Dec. 6, and were upended by the Midgets by a 34-22 tally.

The Lady E-Hawks took an early 13-8 lead after one quarter of play, but Estherville Lincoln Central would outscore Emmetsburg by an 18-2 margin in the second quarter to claim a 26-15 advantage at the half-time break of the contest.

Emmetsburg would battle back in the third quarter to cut Estherville Lincoln Central's lead to 29-21 by the end of the third quarter, but the Lady E-Hawks were unable to get any closer in the contest before falling by the 12-point, 34-22 final tally.

Ashton Connelly would score eight points to lead Emmetsburg's offense, with Alexa Naig scoring five points. Taylor Reimer would tally four points, with Jacque Carlson and Michaela Rehm both adding two points and Madison Reimer chipping in a free throw to round out the effort.

The Lady E-Hawks took to the highway on Dec. 9 to visit LeMars, and came home with a 42-37 loss in a well-played contest.

Emmetsburg would battle the Bulldogs from the opening tip, trailing 12-10 at the end of the opening quarter of play in LeMars. The Bulldogs would edge away from Emmetsburg in the second quarter to take a 23-17 lead at halftime, but in the third quarter, the Lady E-Hawks battled back and took the lead from LeMars by a bucket, 27-25 to end the quarter.

The final period would see the two teams trade the lead before LeMars made a brief run that allowed them to edge out to the 42-37 victory.

Emmetsburg was led by Ashton Connelly with 15 points, while Taylor Reimer added nine points. Jacque Carlson would score six points, while Alexa Naig added three points. Michaela Rehm tallied two points, while Caroline Fantz and Chelsea Forry both sank free throws for one point each.

With a 1-4 mark on the season, Emmetsburg got back on the winning track with a 44-20 victory on Dec. 12 over Harris-Lake Park.

The Lady E-Hawks left little doubt as they jumped out to an 18-2 lead after the first quarter came to a close and extended that lead to a 24-8 margin at the intermission.

In the second half, Emmetsburg matched the offense of Harris-Lake Park and opened up a 36-16 lead before finishing out the game with the 44-20 victory.

Jacque Carlson would lead all scorers with 20 points in the victorious effort, while Alexa Naig and Ashton Connelly both scored six points. Taylor Reimer and Emily Bonnstetter both scored four points, while Caroline Fantz and Michaela Rehm rounded out the scoring with two points each to improve the Lady E-Hawks to 2-4 on the season.

With a 1-4 mark on the season, Emmetsburg got back on the winning track with a 44-20 victory on Dec. 12 over Harris-Lake Park.

The Lady E-Hawks left little doubt as they jumped out to an 18-2 lead after the first quarter came to a close and extended that lead to a 24-8 margin at the intermission.

In the second half, Emmetsburg matched the offense of Harris-Lake Park and opened up a 36-16 lead before finishing out the game with the 44-20 victory.

Jacque Carlson would lead all scorers with 20 points in the victorious effort, while Alexa Naig and Ashton Connelly both scored six points. Taylor Reimer and Emily Bonnstetter both scored four points, while Caroline Fantz and Michaela Rehm rounded out the scoring with two points each to improve the Lady E-Hawks to 2-4 on the season.

 
 
 

 

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