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Lady Wolves defense key to win over Ridgway

January 11, 2014

Photo by Amy Geer – Emily Hauser passes the ball back outside during Kane's game on Friday with Ridgway. The Lady Wolves played a solid defensive game, holding the Lady Elkers to no more than four points in each quarter.

The Kane Lady Wolves used a hustling pressure defense to propel them to a 49-13 win over the visiting Ridgway Lady Elkers on Friday night. After a sluggish first quarter, the Lady Wolves outscored Ridgway 17-2 in the second quarter to break the game open.

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