KMS girls just half a game behind Camden Conference North lead
Sophia Oerter shoots a shot in the lane for KMS against MACCRAY in Kerkhoven Feb. 2.
The Saints picked up two wins last week to move to 12-2 in the Camden Conference and are just a half a game behind CMCS for the lead in the North half of the conference. The team started the week with a home game against Tracy-Milroy-Balaton Jan. 30 where the Saints took down the Panthers 68-47. The team picked up their second win of the week when MACCRAY came to Kerkhoven Feb. 2 and the Saints earned a 72-66 victory.
The Saints made quick work of the TMB Panthers at home last Tuesday. A balanced offensive scoring effort for KMS led to a comfortable 21-point win over the Panthers.
KMS did not waste much time taking control of the game in the first half. They jumped out to a 9-2 lead and never relinquished control. By the end of the first half, KMS held a 43-29 advantage.
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