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    The girls are out of the gates and ready to play!!   St. Thomas More hosted Belle Fourche Tuesday and won fairly handedly in a game that wasn't the prettiest game to watch, but a win nonetheless.  The game was plagued with turnovers and plenty of fouls, but that's to be expected with first-game jitters.  I'm sure the Cavaliers feel fortunate to have Caitlin Duffy back on the court after needing to take all of last season off with a back injury.  She played strong and was vital in both offense and defense.  She sees the court well, and will be a great leader for the fairly young STM team.  The Cavaliers will definitely be counting on their bench throughout the season in order to stay competitive.

    Although Belle only scored 19 points in four quarters, they spent a good share of time without Megan Boston and Tessiah Sprague, who were both in early foul trouble.  It could have been a much different game had those two scrappy players been in action throughout the game.

    There was some rumblin' going on again Thursday night at STM, where the Cavaliers had no trouble handling Lead-Deadwood with a win of 75-46.  The Lady Cavs looked much stronger offensively than they did Tuesday against Belle. STM utilized their bench throughout the game, giving the younger players some good minutes.  With any luck, and healthy players, the Cavaliers might be the horse to bet on in the big race.  A little premature, I know, but I'm a bettin' man and like to take a few risks.  So bring it on, and let the best man---I mean woman---win.  

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