Kee girls basketball team returns from holiday break to win two of three games at home, falls to North Fayette Valley but bounces back with wins over West Central and South Winn

Team-high board work ... Kee girls basketball sophomore Haley Meyer fights a West Central defender for a loose ball in the Hawks’ 54-21 home win over the Blue Devils Tuesday, January 7. Meyer scored four points, grabbed a team-high five rebounds, swiped three steals and blocked one shot in the victory. 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 returned from the holiday break to play three games within a week’s time, posting two of those three games to the win column. That win streak did not come right away, as the Hawks opened the new year extending a losing streak by another game with a 45-28 home loss Friday, January 3 to North Fayette Valley before tallying back-to-back home wins each by around a 30-point margin, 54-21 Tuesday, January 7 over West Central and 64-35 Friday, January 10 over South Winneshiek.

Holding an 8-4 season record that includes a 5-4 Upper Iowa Conference mark, the Kee girls were next scheduled to play at Postville Tuesday, January 14 before traveling to Turkey Valley Friday, January 17. The Hawks will then host Clayton Ridge Tuesday, January 21 before making up an early-season rescheduled contest at Waukon Thursday, January 23.

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