AMBOY – The Amboy Lady Clippers had a busy week on the hardwood, playing four games in six days and compiling a 3-1 record.
AHS started out with a 41-32 victory over a very tall Bureau Valley on Dec. 2 at the AHS gym.
Sydney Wilhelm led the offensive attack with 15 points, while Kennedy Dinges had an all-around game with eight points, four assists and four steals. Micaela McCoy was next with six points and three assists while playing solid defense and Kaitlyn Liebing snared 10 rebounds.
Amboy hosted LaMoille-Ohio on Dec. 3 and emerged with 43-29 win.
Wilhelm topped the point column with 15 and she also had five steals. The guard tandem of Dinges and McCoy added eight points apiece, while McCoy had six steals and Dinges had three assists. Also, Elizabeth Ortgiesen pulled down seven rebounds and Joanna Fredericks had five boards. LaMoille-Ohio was led by Shiela Browning with 11 points.
The AHS varsity girls toppled Morrison, 48-30, on Dec. 5 at the AHS gym.
Leading the charge was Wilhelm with 13 points and six rebounds. There were plenty of other contributors to the victory as Liebing had 11 points and 10 rebounds; McCoy had seven points, six rebounds and three assists; Dinges had five points, five steals and three assists; and Ortgiesen had five points and six caroms.
Amboy battled Dixon in the Amboy Shootout on Dec. 7 and the Duchesses came away with a 34-27 victory.
The Lady Clippers held a 17-12 halftime margin, but they ran out of gas in the second half as Dixon posted the comeback win.
Liebing paced Amboy (5-3) with 11 points and seven rebounds, while Dinges chipped in with five points, five rebounds and four steals.