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Dickinson State women’s basketball routs Waldorf

FOREST CITY, Iowa -- The Dickinson State women's basketball team improved to 9-5 overall and 4-1 in the North Star Athletic Association following a 78-51 victory over Waldorf (Iowa) on Friday.

FOREST CITY, Iowa - The Dickinson State women’s basketball team improved to 9-5 overall and 4-1 in the North Star Athletic Association following a 78-51 victory over Waldorf (Iowa) on Friday.

Megan Klein led the Blue Hawks with 16 points and 14 rebounds in the game. Taylor Henningsgard added 12 points and eight assists, and Lorna Shepherd supplied 11 points.

The Blue Hawks forced 25 turnovers and outrebounded the Warriors 39-29. Waldorf shot just 34.1 percent from the field.

DSU started hot, leading 26-14 after the first quarter and taking a 40-23 advantage into halftime.

Ashley Bentz-Laub scored nine points for DSU, and MacKayla Feeney added eight points.

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Dickinson State 78, Waldorf 51

DSU  26  14  20  18

W  14  9  10  18

DSU: Megan Klein 16, Taylor Henningsgard 12, Lorna Shepherd 11, Ashley Bentz-Laub 9, MacKayla Feeney 8, Leslie Beaudoin 6, Paitton Herbst 5, Sydney Bentz 5, Bailey Waldal 3, Rachel McDonough 2, Samantha Morgan 1.

W: Samantha Birkes 13, Morgan Straight 13, Peyton Russell 8, Taylor Fricke 7, Georgina Wirth 5, Ameh Ogbemudia 3, Angie Gore 1, Nichole Oberthien 1.

Total fouls: DSU 20, W 13. 3-point goals: DSU 8-23 (Shepherd 1-1, Bentz-Laub 1-5, Feeney 2-7, Henningsgard 2-3, Herbst 1-4, Waldal 1-2, McDonough 0-1), W 8-23 (Meriel Leavy 0-2, Fricke 1-3, Ogbemudia 0-1, Straight 3-7, Birkes 2-6, Russell 1-1, Wirth 1-3). Rebounds: DSU 39 (Klein 14), W 29 (Fricke 6). Assists: DSU 22 (Henningsgard 8), W 12 (Gore 3, Straight 3). Steals: DSU 14 (Feeney 3, Klein 3), W 9 (Wirth 3). Blocks: DSU 3 (Klein 2), W 3 (Ogbemudia 2). Turnovers: DSU 12, W 25.

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