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Lady Devil six splits games


December 14, 2017

If only the Lady Red Devils had more than six players…

In spite of having only six players on their current roster, the Noxon girls improved their season record to 3-1 last week after losing 45-35 to Troy in Troy Friday and defeating Clark Fork, Idaho 41-23 in Noxon Saturday.

Noxon has two home dates on tap this week, hosting Two Eagle River Friday and St. Regis Saturday.

“It seemed like we ran out of gas in Troy,” coach Bart Haflich said. “We played pretty good defense for most of the game but Troy managed to hit some 3-balls late and hold us off down the stretch. But we bounced back pretty well against Clark Fork the next night.”

Bouncing back may soon become at least little bit easier for the Lady Devils in the coming weeks as player No. 7, in the form of junior Kali Murray, will become eligible to take the court for Noxon when she has her required practices in, hopefully by Dec. 21 when the Devils visit Charlo for a District 14C conference game.

In the meantime, the short-handed but talented Lady Devils will soldier on, like they did last week.

Against Troy, Kristina Brown threw down a season-high 15 points to lead Noxon, Delaney Weltz scored 10, Anna Kaiser six and Phalyn Fickas and Cory Brodmerkle two apiece.

Allie Coldwell led Troy to the win with 20 points and Aurora Becquzrt added 10.

Kaiser canned a game-high 19 points in leading the Devils past the visiting Lady Wampus Cats Saturday, Brown added seven, Weltz and Brodmerkle six each and Fickas three.

Brooke Stevens scored 12 points for the Idahoans and Tessa Hutton chipped in with four.


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