Kee girls basketball team sandwiches season’s first loss, 73-37 to Turkey Valley, in between pair of victories, 60-28 over Postville and 55-34 over Leroy-Ostrander

Swiping another ... Kee girls basketball senior Makayla Peters swipes the ball away from a Postville opponent in the Hawks’ 60-28 home win over the Pirates Tuesday, December 3. Peters shared team honors with six such steals and also poured in 16 points on eight interior field goals without a miss while also dishing out two assists. Photo courtesy of the Kee High School Yearbook. View and find out how to purchase this photo and many more by clicking on the Photo Galleries link on this website.

The Kee girls basketball team worked through a busy three-game schedule this past week, putting two of those three games in the win column, one on each side of the Lady Hawks’ first loss of the young season. The Kee hoopsters began the week with a 60-28 home win over Postville Tuesday, December 3 before consecutive nights of weekend basketball saw the Hawks tripped up for the first time this season, 73-37 at home to undefeated Turkey Valley, but then bounce back with a 55-34 win over Leroy-Ostrander, MN in the annual Border Battle hosted by Luther College in Decorah Saturday, December 7.

Now holding a 3-1 season record that includes a 2-1 start to their Upper Iowa Conference campaign, the Kee girls were next scheduled to play at Clayton Ridge Tuesday, December 10 before another full weekend of competition against out-of-state opponents, hosting Mabel-Canton, MN Friday, December 13 before traveling to Seneca, WI Saturday, December 14. The Lady Hawks will then wrap up the pre-holiday portion of their schedule with a Tuesday, December 17 home date with Central Elkader before hosting MFL/MarMac Friday, December 20.

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