WEBSTER CITY - Facing one of the most defensively aggressive and talented basketball teams in the state at full strength is tough enough. Doing it without your two best ball handlers - forget about it. That's the challenge the Webster City girls' basketball team faced last night and the Lynx were unable to keep up in a 67-27 loss to third-ranked (Class 3A) and North Central Conference leader Clear Lake. WCHS (1-12, 1-10 NCC) was without guards Chelsey Wagoner and Allie Flaws. Wagoner missed her second straight game with a broken wrist - an injury that will keep her off the court the remainder of the season - and Flaws was sidelined with the flu. Myers led WCHS with seven points, one more than Hoversten. Bultena finished with five; Lynne Chalfant and Mikala Harrill both chipped in four.
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