Horsemen, Trotters win against Two Eagle River

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  • Plains Trotters Lindsay Laws (#12) and Jessica Thompson (#44) chase after the ball as Two River Lady Eagles (#24) Kristan Hewankorn and (#32) move in.

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    PLAINS’ KAYLEE Altmiller races toward the basket as a Two Eagle River defender is close behind.

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    Tanner Ovitt (#22) moves closer to the basket as Two River Eagles (#20) Brendan McDonald attempts to catch up.

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    ALEC COLE puts one in the basket after a steal against the Two Eagle River. (Douglas Wilks photos/Clark Fork Valley Press)

  • Plains Trotters Lindsay Laws (#12) and Jessica Thompson (#44) chase after the ball as Two River Lady Eagles (#24) Kristan Hewankorn and (#32) move in.

  • 1

    PLAINS’ KAYLEE Altmiller races toward the basket as a Two Eagle River defender is close behind.

  • 2

    Tanner Ovitt (#22) moves closer to the basket as Two River Eagles (#20) Brendan McDonald attempts to catch up.

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    ALEC COLE puts one in the basket after a steal against the Two Eagle River. (Douglas Wilks photos/Clark Fork Valley Press)

The Plains Trotters began the first quarter with a quick start, putting 23 points on the board and keeping the Two Eagle River players to score only three points. The Plains girls continued to keep the lead through every quarter and only allowed 10 points total for the Lady Eagles. Lindsay Laws scored a total of 19 points and Jessica Thompson had 16 points. The Two Eagle Lady girls struggled, as there were no double-digit scores by any player.

Two Eagle 3 2 3 2 — 10

Plains 23 18 8 10 — 59

TWO EAGLE RIVER — Esperaza Orozco 3, Malanya Carpentier 3, Danielle Adler 2, Naomi Stevens 2.

PLAINS — Lindsay Laws 19, Jessica Thompson 16, Kara Altmiller 7, Natalee Deschamps 6, Kylee Altmiller 4, Analisa Loberg 4, Haley Josephson 3.

BOYS

The Plains Horsemen set a very fast-paced game against Two Eagle River on Friday night. The Horsemen came out strong in the first quarter and maintained the offense and defense with several steals and baskets. Many of the seniors on the Plains team were busy scoring from many places on the court. By the end of the game, Ryan Ovitt had totaled 20 points, Sam Rehbein put up 18 points, Alec Cole scored 15 points, and Jay VonHeeder had placed 10 points on the board. When the seniors had left the game, they were given a standing ovation by many of the Plains fans. Two Eagle River player Isiah Mathais scored 16 points, with Drey Terias scoring nine points.

Plains 15 17 21 18 — 71

Noxon 4 10 9 6 — 29

PLAINS — Ryan Ovitt 16, Jay Vonheeder 12, Kyle Weeks 12, Alec Cole 10, Matt McCracken 8, Sam Rehbein 6, Derick Carry 4, Tanner Ovitt 3.

NOXON — Rylan Weltz 8, Quincy Grupenhoff 7, Ethan Hinrichsen 6, Aaron Brodmerkle 4, Aaron Johnson 2, Cody Cable 2,

Plains 8 12 11 5 — 36

Noxon 10 2 7 6 — 25

PLAINS — Lindsay Laws 16, Kara Altmiller 8, Jessica Thompson 4, Natalee Deschamps 3, Kylee Altmiller 2, Analisa Loberg 2, Haley Josephson 1.

NOXON — Kamber Torti 9, Kristina Brown 7, Delaney Weltz 4, Cory Brodmerkle 3, Anna Kaiser 2.

Reporter Douglas Wilks can be reached at dwilks@vp-mi.com or 406-826-3402.

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