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and I think a cou­ple more with three fouls. We just got into foul trou­ble and we don't have very much depth right now.”

De­spite the em­bar­rass­ing loss Mead­ows re­mained op­ti­mistic.

“ It was only the sec­ond game of the sea­son, I think we'll be

The girls' game started off slowly as nei­ther team scored pe­riod.

Both teams missed plenty of half, Mon­roe Area led 27-15.

The sec­ond half was more of the same.

So­cial Cir­cle couldn't make layups or free throws to save its life. Mon­roe Area didn't play much bet­ter, but scored just enough to keep the lead and se­cure the win over So­cial Cir­cle 58-48.

“ We were 18-of-56 from

free throw line. The shots just

Ivey added that jit­ters might have got­ten the best of his team.

“ game and it’s a ri­valry game,” he said. “ We just have to go back to work and make some cor­rec­tions. Ev­ery­thing that hap­pened tonight can be cor- the hard­wood again this Satur­day at home against Tal­lu­lah Falls. Tip-off is 6 p.m.

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