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Strong shooting dominates
Monroes Kylee Ritschard powers her way through the lane in the second half of Fridays 62-28 Cheesemaker win over Elkhorn in a non-conference game. Ritschard finished the contest with eight points, including a big 3-pointer in the first quarter. The game was originally scheduled for Dec. 8, but a blizzard postponed it for nearly a month and a half.
MONROE - Even with illness lurking throughout the roster, the Cheesemakers are flawless. Monroe played its entire available lineup and knocked off Elkhorn 62-28 Friday night, despite getting a scoreless game from Nebraska-Kearney recruit Ashley Hermanson."We had a couple kids under the weather, but I still think we came out and shot well," Cheesemakers coach Kevin Keen said. "We haven't seen a lot of zone and I thought we did a pretty good job. We need to do a little better job moving the ball, but I thought it was a pretty good game."