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Warriors welcome wild win
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Times photo: Adam Krebs Black Hawk senior Kim Wellnitz dribbles down the court during Mondays 47-32 win over Barneveld. Prior to the game, the Associated Press listed Black Hawk (6-1) as the No. 7 team in the state in Division 4 with Barneveld (5-4) two slots behind. Wellnitz finished with 21 points and nine rebounds as the Warriors took control of the Six Rivers East.
SOUTH WAYNE - In a matchup that resembled a football game at times, Black Hawk won the first round of its showdown with Barneveld 47-32 Monday night. It wasn't always pretty, but Black Hawk's rebounding prowess and defensive pressure sparked the Warriors (6-1, 3-0 Six Rivers East). Black Hawk, ranked seventh in the Associated Press Division 4 state poll, got nine of their 11 offensive rebounds in the first half.