MASON CITY | Sophomore guard Taylor Laabs scored 30 points to lead No. 10 NIACC to a 83-52 win over No. 14 Southeastern CC in its ICCAC opener Saturday afternoon in the NIACC gym.Laabs was 12 of 24 from the field, including five 3-point goals, to lead the Lady Trojans. The 30 points by Laabs was one off her career high of 31 against Iowa Western earlier this season.Laabs' five 3-point goals on Saturday gives her 99 for her career, which ranks eighth on the school's all-time career list.
MASON CITY | League play begins Saturday.The No. 10 NIACC women's basketball team begins ICCAC play at home Saturday against No. 14 Southeastern CC. Game time is set for 1 p.m. in the NIACC gym.Saturday's contest will be the Lady Trojans' first home game since Nov. 26. After Saturday's game, the Lady Trojans play at No.
MASON CITY | Kayla Till won't be your basic freshman on the NIACC softball team this spring.The 2017 Mason City graduate has already served 10 weeks of Army basic combat training in Fort Leonard Wood in Waynesville, Missouri.Till, who is enrolled in online classes at NIACC, leaves for another round of basic training on Jan. 2 to Fort Sill in Lawton, Oklahoma, and will return to the NIACC campus Feb. 8 when she will join the softball team.
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