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Peterson leads Hayfield to victory over Fillmore Central

Kimi Petersen, a 5-foot-8 senior, turned in her best scoring performance of the season to lead Hayfield over Fillmore Central 51-42 in a non-conference girls basketball game Saturday.

Hayfield is now 2-17 overall; Fillmore Central is 8-10.

Petersen, who alternates between point guard and forward, scored 18 points. She had been averaging fewer than 10 points a game.

Molly McCamy, a 5-6 senior, scored 14 points.

"(McCamy) was all over the place, too," said Hayfield coach Anne Christopherson.

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Hayfield started using a full-court press in the second quarter, forcing a series of turnovers. The Vikings took over the lead in the second quarter.

Hayfield 51, Fillmore Central 42

FILLMORE CENTRAL (42)

Karrie Davids 0, Nikki Denny 4, Heidi Harstad 8, Tricia Kingsley 12, Katie Marzolf 8, Hayley Merritt 4, Holly Ostby 6, Amy Rindels 0, Brittany Ristau 0.

HAYFIELD (51)

Jamie Bennett 0, Laura Blanchard 11, Heather Crabtree 0, Ann Demmer 6, Erin Gulbranson 0, Molly McCamy 14, Kimi Petersen 18, Tracy Truenow 0, Lauren Burmeister 2, Sheryl West 0, April Crews 0, Tanya Olson 0, Hailee Woodwick 0, Krystle Garness 0.

Quarter scores

Fillmore Central 12 19 27 42

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; Hayfield 8 23 37 51

; Three-point goals -- Fillmore Central 3 (Harstad 1, Merritt 1, Marzolf 1), Hayfield 3 (McCamy 1, Petersen 2).

Free throws -- Fillmore Central 11-16, Hayfield 6-14.

Fouled out -- Hayfield, Gulbranson.

NON-CONFERENCE

South Winneshiek, Iowa 38, Houston 23

SOUTH WINNESHIEK, IOWA (38)

Tabatha Hageman 11, Angela McEnaney 7, Katie Elsbernd 7, Darcy Hageman 4, Allanda Boeckenheuer 6, Dawn Hageman 3.

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HOUSTON (23)

Kristin Beckman 3, Jessica Boldt 4, Janelle Cox 2, Chantel Frickson 2, Jessie Houdek 2, Laurie Kappauf 2, Tina Mensink 6, Jenni Narloch 2, Stacy Steinfeldt 2.

Quarter scores

South Winneshiek 11 15 28 38

; Houston 8 12 16 23

; Three-point goals -- South Winneshiek 2 (Dawn Hageman 1, T. Hageman 1).

Free throws -- South Winneshiek 4-8, Houston 1-6.

Fouled out -- None.

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