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November 29, 2018 Highland has big night on offensive glass to beat Lone Tree
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Highland doubled Lone Tree’s production at the free-throw line and took a 63-47 win over the Lady Lions last Tuesday.

Led by a 20-point game from Abbie Miller on an efficient 8-12 shooting, Highland jumped out to a 15-9 lead at the end of the first quarter.

Lone Tree then boosted up their offense and went on a run, closing the deficit from six to five by halftime with the score at 32-27 in favor of Highland. Lone Tree had two in double figures on the night with Chloe Jacque scoring 15 and Holley Johnson 13. Lone Tree shot 30 percent from the field as a team and were 6-22 from the 3-point line.

Both teams were able to grab offensive rebounds on the night. Highland had 19 offensive rebounds while Lone Tree had 11 and both teams used the opportunities for second-chance points.

Highland was able to outscore Lone Tree in both the third and fourth quarters on the way to their 63-47 win. Highland’s highest scoring quarter came with 19 points in the fourth and the Huskies got the free-throw line and sealed out the game.

Kylie Wood was a perfect 6-6 on free throws and Aly Stokes was 5-8.

Stokes now has a double-double in both games this season with a 13 point, 14 rebound effort in this game. Miller had 20 points and 15 rebounds. Wood had 11 points and five assists. Alyssa Brase had 13 points, nine rebounds and two assists.

Sara Branson was the leading rebounder for Lone Tree with nine rebounds, she added five points.

There were 50 total fouls in the game, 29 on Lone Tree and 21 on Highland. Four of five Highland starters had four or more fouls. Lone Tree had five players finish the game with four fouls.

The win put Highland to 2-0 and Lone Tree to an 0-2 record.

Lone Tree’s game against Keota on Monday was postponed due to snow.

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