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WATERTOWN, S.D. (GoWatertown.net) – Tied at 43 with 18 seconds left, Watertown girls basketball would steal the Huron inbounds pass and seal the fate of the Tigers in a 47-43 win Tuesday at the Huron Arena.

Jaida Young led the scoring attack for Watertown with 12 points, six of those from the charity stripe, three steals, and four assists. Kendall Paulson contributed nine on three of six shooting from the field and Maddy Rohde added eight points, eight boards, and three steals.

Huron was led by Hamtyn Heinz with 14.

On the boys side, a 27 point performance from Drew Norberg would lead Watertown past Huron 59-44. Norberg would go nine of 15 from the field, six of seven from the line and have three blocks. Devon Lewis added nine, and Reese Stark added seven. Mack Johnson grabbed nine boards.

With 20 points, Huron was led by Reilyn Zavesky.

After three straight victories, Watertown Arrow Coach Zach Wevik says the boys are playing with confidence:

Watertown boys will improve to 5-6 and the girls also improved to 7-4 and both will travel to Douglas for a doubleheader on Friday at 7:30 and 9 p.m. Brent Nathaniel will have coverage on 950 KWAT and GoWatertown.net/Arrows.

Boys JV
Watertown 69, Huron 36
Dylan Rawdon – 11 pts; Will Engstrom – 11 pts

Girls JV
Watertown 42, Huron 37
Addison Moore – 20 pts

Boys Sophomore
Huron 60, Watertown 50
Will Engstrom – 14 pts

Girls C Game
Huron 41, Watertown 35
Molly Hendricks – 8 pts