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Clippers, Cardinals, Cougars claim conference victories

Oregon on target vs. ’Bago

Published: Friday, Dec. 6, 2013 12:49 a.m. CST

Sam Lambrigtsen poured in 26 points and Emy Wright added 12 as Oregon rolled to a 54-28 victory against Winnebago on Thursday night at the Blackhawk Center.

The Hawks (4-2, 1-0 Big Northern West) jumped out to a 16-0 lead after the first quarter and never looked back.

Amboy 48, Morrison 30: Sydney Wilhelm scored 13 points and Kaitlyn Liebing added 11 as the Clippers (5-2, 2-0 Three Rivers North) knocked off the Fillies in Amboy.

Lakin Goodman had 16 points for Morrison (4-2, 0-2).

Erie 40, Bureau Valley 36: Courtney Cobert had 12 points and eight rebounds as the Cardinals rallied past the Storm in Manlius.

Erie (6-2, 2-0 Three Rivers North) trailed 24-12 at halftime before rallying. Rachel Cobert added eight points and eight boards.

Helena Arnadottir had 10 points, and Darcy Kepner added nine for Bureau Valley (4-4, 0-2).

Eastland 36, Stockton 35: Lexis Macomber had 14 points and Breah Bookman added nine as the Cougars held off the Blackhawks in Lanark.

Eastland (6-0, 1-0 NUIC West) led 32-23 entering the final quarter.

South Beloit 48, Milledgeville 42: Kayleigh Leddy (16 points) and Courtney Swalve (15) handled most of the scoring for the Missiles in a road loss to the SoBos.

AFC 47, Pecatonica 43: Cassidy Koning scored 13 points and Krista Beach added nine as the Raiders overtook the Indians in Pecatonica.

AFC (5-1, 1-1 NUIC East) trailed 29-26 after three quarters.

East Dubuque 74, West Carroll 29: Abby Maike had seven points for the Thunder (2-3, 0-1 NUIC West) in a loss in Savanna.

Thursday’s stars

Sam Lambrigtsen, Oregon, 26 points

Lakin Goodman, Erie, 16 points

Kayleigh Leddy, Milledgeville, 16 points

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