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Tioga County Sports Report
MORAVIA — Moravia took advantage of a short-handed Candor team to post a 40-22 IAC girls basketball crossover victory here Friday.

Despite missing two starters and one of their regular reserves, the Indians battled for the full 32 minutes.

"I’m really proud of the girls tonight," Candor coach Carl Kanoff said. "They knew it was going to be a tough task and after getting shut out in the first quarter it looked like they could fold and make it a long, long night. They kept at it, exhausted in a physical game and had a great second half."

After scoring only three first half points, Candor posted 19 after the break in what Kanoff labeled "a respectable performance."

Brooke Wilcox led Candor with 10 points, six rebounds, and five steals. She connected for one 3-pointer and went 3-for-4 at the free throw line.

Isabel Makie scored six points and pulled down 16 rebounds to go with two blocks. Cadri Edwards added four points and had seven boards. The remaining basket belonged to Kara Morse. 

"We saw really great teamwork and hustle," Kanoff said. "Hopefully we get healthy soon."

The Blue devils were led by Chloe Henson with 16 points and Gabby Heim added eight

Candor hosts Watkins Glen Tuesday.

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