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Sun Prairie beats Madison West in girls' hoops

Published On: Nov 28 2012 08:06:04 AM CST


Sun Prairie overcame a three point defecit at half time with a strong second half to beat Madison West 67-55 Tuesday.

The Cardinals were led by McKayla Yentz, who scored 25 points. Yentz, a Marquette recruit, only had 2 points at half. But she broke out in the second half, getting 13 in the third quarter to lead her team to victory..

The Regents got 32 points from speedy sophomore guard Ebony Nettles-Bey in the loss.

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