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Thursday, February 7, 2013

The Notre Dame girls basketball team suffered its second loss in three days to a powerhouse squad.

Host Westminster Christian Academy of suburban St. Louis defeated the Bulldogs 65-47 Wednesday night.

That came after Dexter beat Notre Dame 74-42 Monday night.

Notre Dame fell to 18-5 while Westminster improved to 16-5.

"They're huge," said Notre Dame coach Renee Peters of a Westminster club that features three players taller than 6 feet.

Miranda Fowler led the Bulldogs with 10 points.

Sadie Stipanovich, a 6-3 senior, and 6-foot junior Hannah Stipanovich paced Westminster with 14 points apiece. Adrienne Horn, a 6-2 sophomore, added 13 points.

Notre Dame1371710--47
Westminster17161418--65

NOTRE DAME (47) -- Miranda Fowler 10, Annie Siebert 9, Madeline Rosenquist 8, Shelby Beussink 7, Karsen Powers 7, Kaitlin Welter 4, Kelsey Luster 2. FG 17, FT 7-8, F 16. (3-pointers: Fowler 2, Siebert 1, Rosenquist 2, Powers 1. Fouled out: Siebert)

WESTMINSTER (65) -- S. Stipanovich 14, H. Stipanovich 14, Horn 13, Armstrong 11, Cusamano 9, Williams 4. FG 25, FT 12-16, F 8. (3-pointers: Armstrong 2, Cusamano 1. Fouled out: none)

JV -- Notre Dame won 54-18.

Meadow Heights 72, Scott City 49

Taylor Cureton poured in 26 points as visiting Meadow Heights rolled.

Emma Cook added 17 points for the Panthers (12-10), followed by Kiana Hotop with 12 and Haley Thorne with 11.

Alicia Kern paced the Rams (4-19) with 12 points. Shea Martin added 10.

Meadow Heights25151319--72
Scott City8171014--49

MEADOW HEIGHTS (72) -- Kylee Whitener 2, Caitlin Cook 4, Kiana Hotop 12, Emma Cook 17, Taylor Cureton 26, Haley Thorne 11. FG 23, FT 21-33, F 14. (3-pointers: Hotop 2, E. Cook 1, Cureton 2. Fouled out: none)

SCOTT CITY (49) -- Shea Martin 10, Lyndsie Robert 7, Jessica Boswell 2, Lindsey Rendleman 3, Alexis Spriggs 9, Alicia Kern 12, Carly Howell 1, Michaela Kiefer 4. FG 21, FT 6-13, F 26. (3-pointers: Spriggs 1. Fouled out: Robert, Kern)

NMCC 74, Oran 40

Taylor Nenninger led Oran with 15 points during its home loss.

The Eagles (7-11) trailed 39-16 at halftime.

-- From staff reports


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