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On Saturday afternoon, the Clark County Lady Indians hosted the Van Buren Warriors. The Iowa state-ranked Warriors came into the game with a 12-2 record. Clark County started slow, but Elly Hamner scored five in opening minutes to keep the Lady Indians alive. By the quarter break, Clark County trailed 11-7. A strong 17 point second quarter put the Lady Indians up 24-22 at the half. Hamner added another five in the quarter. The Warriors battled back to tie the game in the third quarter 39-39. In the final eight minutes, the Lady Indians shot only four of eight at the free throw line, but used the clock wisely and held on for the 47-46 win. “It was a good win for us,” said Lady Indian Head Coach John Weaver. “We needed a big win to give us more confidence. I was worried when we missed free throws late, but we held on.” Brooklyn Howe scored 13 points to lead Clark County. Elly Hamner finished with a dozen. Alexis Ellison scored eight points, and Kiara Brunk and Darian Harper scored six each. Bre Chamley added two points for Clark County. The Lady Indians visit Palmyra on Tuesday, and host Brookfield for Courtwarming on Friday.