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Macksville struggles early in loss

Macksville junior Mindy Wood, left, dribbles down the baseline around Ness City’s Joni Johnson (11) and Ashleigh Seib on Friday night in Macksville.

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MACKSVILLE — Macksville High School girls’ head basketball coach Nathaniel Norman said that he expected growing pains early this season.
Those pains were seen in the Lady Mustangs season-opener against Central Prairie League foe Ness City.
Macksville lost 52-33.
The Lady Eagles applied a full-court press in the first half that caused Macksville to turn the ball. Ness City held the Lady Mustangs to six points in the first half, jumping ahead 23-6.
“It’s a new group learning a new system,” Norman said. “They’re trying to adapt and learn some new terminology, so it made it difficult for them ...

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