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GHV's Frayne signs with William Penn

GARNER – Garner-Hayfield-Ventura senior Baylee Frayne has been as steady as they come on the golf course over her three seasons with the Cardinals.

On Wednesday, Frayne took the next step in her career by signing to play golf next fall at William Penn University.

Frayne is a three-time state tournament qualifier for GHV. She finished sixth this past spring, and was third as a sophomore.

MEN'S BASKETBALL

UNI 72, Wartburg 43

CEDAR FALLS - Northern Iowa senior Bennett Koch posted a career-high 25 points in leading the Panthers to a 72-43 win over the Wartburg Knights in the McLeod Center.

The Panthers took a 21-9 lead with 10:18 left in the first half following a steal and layup by Juwan McCloud. McCloud's bucket capped a 9-0 Panther run. Following the 9-0 spurt, UNI went into a three-point shooting skid that saw the Panthers miss 20 of their next 21 shots from beyond the three-point arc.

Koch scored 20 second-half points and was perfect from the field on the night by draining all eight of his field goal attempts. Koch's second-half surge turned a 37-35 lead for the Panthers with 13:07 left in the game into a 29-point victory. UNI outscored Wartburg 35-8 in the final 11 minutes of the contest.

Freshman guard Tywhon Pickford secured a game-high 13 rebounds, with five of those coming on the offensive end of the floor. Pickford just missed a double-double with nine points.

UNI moved to 2-1 on the year, while Wartburg fell to 0-1 as the Knights opened their season on Wednesday night.

The Panthers will remain at home in the McLeod Center and take on the Chicago State Cougars Saturday at 11 a.m.

WOMEN'S BASKETBALL

Bethany Lutheran 89, Waldorf 67

MANKATO, Minn. – The Warriors hung around, they just couldn’t shut down host Bethany Lutheran.

Waldorf tossed in a dozen 3-point field goals and Kayley Camerer provided a solid inside presence, but it wasn’t enough for the Waldorf women’s basketball team, which fell, 89-67, to the Vikings in nonconference play Wednesday night.

Morgan Straight led the Warriors with 16 points, which included four 3-pointers, while Kayley Cravens scored 15 – all on 3-pointers – and Camerer added 14 points and eight rebounds for Waldorf.

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