Goodhue's Mikayla Miller attempts to fight through a foul on her way to the basket during the second half of the Wildcats' 64-55 loss to Kenyon-Wanamingo Tuesday night. Miller scored 18 points for Goodhue, eight of which came during an 80-second stretch late in the game. (Republican eagle photo by Kyle Stevens)
Girls Basketball: Goodhue can't stop K-W
With two ranked teams taking the floor, and nearly every seat in the house occupied, Tuesday was to be a good night in Goodhue.
The only problem was Kenyon-Wanamingo had a bit too much firepower for the Wildcats.
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