Girls basketball: Henning overpowers Wolverines in second matchup

The Wolverines next play Sebeka at home Monday, Feb. 7, at 7:30 p.m. This is a rescheduled game from January.

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Henning junior Ally Hart sprints with WDC senior Madison Packer in pursuit on Friday, Feb. 4, 2022.
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HENNING — Just a month ago, the Wadena-Deer Creek girl's squad put the hurt on the Henning girl's basketball team.
On Friday, Feb. 4, the Hornet's showed they were in control as they stormed to a 62-30 finish.

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Corra Endres leans in towards the basket while Lyvia Misegades defends on Friday, Feb. 4, 2022.
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The Hornet's Faith Fisher was unstoppable with six three-point shots in the first half. Unable to shut Fisher down and struggling to gain momentum offensively, the team slid behind.
The Wolverines scored 22 points in the first half, with Montana Carsten adding eight of those.
Henning ended the half with 39.
WDC was held to just eight points total in the second half. The Hornets added another 23. Fisher finished the game with 20 points.

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WDC freshman Montana Carsten defends against Henning on Friday, Feb. 4, 2022.
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Henning 39 18 - 57

Wadena-Deer Creek 22 8 - 30


Faith Fisher 20, Lilya Fraki 9, Ella Missling 3, Ally Hart 12, Aaliyah Olson 3, Natalie Eckhoff 8, Lyvia Misegades 7. FT 5-7 (71%).


Addyson Gravelle 2, Montana Carsten 8, Summer Pettit 2, Madison Packer 2, Corra Endres 5, Kaylin Lupkes 2, Lauryn Gravelle 5, Payton Gravelle 2, Jenna Dykhoff 2. FT 5-8 (63%). Conference: 6-4. Overall: 9-9.


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