PHOTOS: South Tama girls host Clear Creek-Amana

Sophomore guard Takia Rosenberger focuses as she dribbles past Melissa Sweeney of Clear Creek-Amana during the Trojan’s home game last Friday. CC-A dominated the Trojans, winning the game 64-5. Rosenberger is part of roughly one half of the South Tama roster that is made up of underclassmen this season. The STC girls took losses on Monday to Marion (88-24), on Tuesday to Benton (65-10) and on Thursday to Williamsburg (62-18). – Photo by Darvin Graham
STC’s Adriana Cervantes charges past Clear Creek-Amana’s Meghan Cullen into the lane during the first half of South Tama’s WaMaC West conference game with the Clippers on Jan. 7. CC-A dominated the Trojans, winning the game 64-5. Through the first half of the season Cervantes leads the team in offensive rebounds and in blocks. – Photo by Darvin Graham
Junior forward Arro Lyons calls for the ball in the lane during the first half of South Tama’s Friday game against Clear Creek-Amana. Lyons has added some much needed length and size to the South Tama roster this season. So far she leads the team with 33 rebounds. – Photo by Darvin Graham
South Tama senior guard Lauren Veit.
Kailee Meek works the ball up the court against Clippers sophomore Eva Plathe. Meek was one of only two South Tama players to record a bucket against CC-A Friday. The other coming from Adriana Cervantes and one free throw from Kayla Heck. South Tama will face Williamsburg on the road Friday and will host Meskwaki Settlement School next Monday for a special Coaches vs. Cancer Game Night. – Photo by Darvin Graham
Kayla Heck drives to the hoop against Clear Creek-Amana on Jan. 7.

The South Tama County Trojans (1-12) hosted the Clear Creek-Amana Clippers (7-5) on Friday, Jan. 7. The Clippers dominated the contest winning 64-5.

The STC girls will start a home stand on Monday hosting the Meskwaki Warriors in a historic community matchup that coincides with the Coaches vs. Cancer benefit. On Tuesday, Jan. 18 the team will play Vinton-Shellsburg at home and on Friday they will host 3A No. 5 Center Point-Urbana.