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(From left) Blair Oaks’ Sara Jones, St. Elizabeth’s Megan Kemna and Savannah Stiles and Amy Dorge (hidden) of the Lady Falcons fight for a loose ball during Thursday night’s game in Wardsville.

(From left) Blair Oaks’ Sara Jones, St. Elizabeth’s Megan Kemna and Savannah Stiles and Amy Dorge (hidden) of the Lady Falcons fight for a loose ball during Thursday night’s game in Wardsville. Photo by Jeremy Jardine.

WARDSVILLE, Mo. — They were offensive numbers any coach would love to have.

Blair Oaks shot 56 percent from the floor, hit five 3-pointers and had four girls in double figures.

It added up to a 70-42 victory against St. Elizabeth on Thursday.

“It’s like what I say, catch and shoot,” Blair Oaks head coach Leroy Bernskoetter said describing his team’s offense. “And tonight, I thought we made that one extra pass which allowed our girls to just catch and shoot.”

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