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Iowa Network Services Girls High School Basketball Players of the Week 2/12/14

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Iowa Network Services Girls High School Basketball Players of the Week 2/12/14

By Todd Kimm Class 5A: Audrey Faber, Dowling Catholic The junior averaged 27 points and connected on 71 percent of her field goal attempts in two wins. Faber scored 31 points and blocked four shots in a victory over Ankeny. She was 11 of 14 from the field. Class 4A: Morgan Neuendorf, Waverly-Shell Rock The senior averaged just […]

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