Veteran guard Sarah Culp scored 15 points and forward Lauren-Devereaux added 10 in a 52-29 win here Thursday night over Rockwell-City-Lytton.
Despite the score, Mustang coach Dick Jungers said the game was a "hard-fought battle.
"I was impressed by our girls' ability to take RCL out of its offense. Our kids are doing a great job at playing as a team and taking what the defense gives us."
With the win, Newell-Fonda improved to 3-0
Thursday night, the Mustangs outscored RCL in every quarter.
They led 10-8 after the first quarter and 10-7 in the second for a slim 20-15 lead at the intermission.
Newell-Fonda hit its stride in the last two quarters, outscoring the Wildcats 15-6 in the third quarter and 17-8 in the second frame.
Freshman Susan Kies added eight points for the Mustangs, while Ellen Gruntorad hit two three-point baskets for six points. Alisa Christensen also scored six points.
The Panther defense played tough defense, as no Wildcat player scored over seven points.
Jamie Meyer scored seven and Justina Ellis six for RCL.