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ISMS tops Manchester

February 14, 2013

Left, Mason Van Houten passes the ball out of a trap. Van Houten finished the game with 20 points to lead ISMS Wednesday. Right, Madison Hansen drives to the basket for two of her 11 points. Post & Mail photos / Allison Minier

COLUMBIA CITY — Indian Springs Middle School’s 8th-grade Lady Stars played host to the Lady Squires of Manchester Wednesday night.

The Lady Stars improved to 8-5 on the season with a 36-17 win over the visitors.

Mason Van Houten scored 20 points to lead Indian Springs.

Madison Hansen also chipped in 11 points. Crystal Van Houten and Justene Whitehead each scored two points and Bella Krieg added a free throw to round out the scoring for ISMS.

“We finally put four quarters together and it paid off,” said coach Tommy Baldwin. “We won as a team tonight.”

The Lady Stars return to action Thursday night when they travel to Huntington to tangle with Crestview Middle School.

The tip for the 7th-grade game is scheduled for 5 p.m., with 8th grade to follow.

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