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Area Girls Basketball: Gobblers earn first win

AITKIN — Emma Jacobson and Josie Kostick each scored 15 points to lead the Aitkin Gobblers to a 48-44 victory over the Mora Mustangs Thursday, Dec. 7.

Katelyn Palm added eight points and Brita Westman scored six for Aitkin.

Mackenzie Holte 3, Meghan Sperling 4, Lindsie Kleven 2, Abigail Kelash 8, Addison Axtell 10, Teagan Oslin 6, Amber Fix 4, Quincy Asmus 1, Abby Hartog 6. FT 20-34 (59 %)

Katelyn Palm 8, Bela May 2, Tika May 2, Emma Jacobson 15, Brita Westman 6, Josie Kostick 15. FT 4-15 (27%). Overall: 1-3. Next: hosts Mille Lacs 7:15 p.m. Monday, Dec. 11.

Crosby-Ironton 72, Esko 58

CROSBY — Tori Oehrlein finished with 34 points as the Crosby-Ironton Rangers defeated Esko 72-58 in a Section 7-2A matchup Thursday, Dec. 7.

Lucy Lewandoski scored 12 points for the Rangers and Margaret Silgen added 11 as C-I improved to 3-0.

Crosby-Ironton 36 36 – 72

Margaret Silgen 11, Annaliese Vignieri 2, Hailey Doucette 2, Samantha Hachey 8, Veronica Millsop 3, Lucy Lewandowski 12, Tori Oehrlein 34. FG 27-57 (47%), FT 14-21 (67%). 3-point 4-17 (24%). Overall: 3-0. Next: at Edina 3 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 9.

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