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Lady D-Dubs drop trio

DW girls basketball looking for first win

 

December 12, 2019

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Dayton-Waitsburg's Kira Boggs drew a foul when bodied away from the basketball in action from last week's 63-35 loss to College Place High School.

DAYTON–The McLoughlin High School Lady Pioneers rolled through Dayton-Waitsburg 50-30 last Saturday, and College Place downed the Lady D-Dubs 63-35 there last week as the team searches for its first win. In the season opener, St. John-Endicott-LaCrosse defeated DW by 30 points.

League play opens tonight against Riverview here and Liberty Christian visits the home maple on December 20, and Kittitas December 21.

The Lady D-Dubs are 0-3.

"We did not match the intensity that Mac-Hi brought tonight," commented Assistant Coach Des Jones. "We struggled with fouls and it affected our aggressiveness. We need to get the girls playing four quarters as hard as they can. We got two tonight, then it slipped away."

Junior forward Sadie Seney led the team with 10 points and Kirsten Miller came up with six steals

Mac-Hi 50, DW 30

Mac-Hi 11 11 14 14-50

DW 13 7 7 3-30

DW (30) Forney 4, Laughery 1, Boggs 3, Miller 9, Benavides 3, Seney 10.

Three Pointers: Seney 2. Free throws: Boggs 3, Culley 2, Miller 1, Seney 2, Benavides 1

Mac-Hi: Angel 14, Breeding 4, Brown 3, Garcia 12, Leber 2, Olivia 9, Rhoads 3, Uribe-Garcia 2, Ellis 1.

Three Pointers: Angel 2, Breeding 2, Brown. Free throws: Angel 2, Garcia 3, Olivia 3, Rhoads, Ellis.

The Lady Hawks had 10 players in the scorebook on their way to a 63-35 win over Dayton-Waitsburg in College Place December 5.

Sadie Seney led scoring for DW with 15 and a handful of players scored in single digits. College Place's Maeve Thompson pitched in 17 and Courtney Meliah scored 11.

CP's full-court press wreaked havoc with DW's ball movement as they built a 17-2 first-quarter lead and continued with 14 in the second quarter although Dayton-Waitsburg's adjustments resulted in 12 points to evenly match the home team.

CP 63, DW 35

DW 2 12 10 11-35

CP 17 14 23 9-63

DW (35) Megan Forney 5, Cassidy Laughery 2, Teagen Larsen 2, Kira Boggs 5, Destiny Brincken 2, Kirsten Miller 2, Sadie Seney 15. Free throws: 7/12-58%.

CP (63) Neil 4, Thompson 17, Weaver 4, Foertsch 5, Leavell 6, Long 5, Kasenga 9, Rodriguez 4, Melia 11, Campa 1. Free throws: 7/11-64%.

At St. John on December 3, SJEL's Lady Eagles coasted to a 58-28 win. DW's Forney and Seney each notched 12 points and Mackena Culley scored 10.

Lady Eagles 58, DW 28

DW 6 8 6 8-28

SJEL 15 19 15 9-58

DW (28) Forney 12, Laughery 2, Larsen 2, Boggs 2, Brincken 6, Culley 10, Miller 2, Seney 12.

SJEL (58) Bailey 15, Kjack 13, Holt 4, Marty 2, Bailey 9, Curtis-Brewer 7, Tollett 6, Brown 2.

Three pointers: DW-Brincken, Culley. SJEL-B. Bailey, Kjack.

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DW's Sadie Seney grapples for the ball in the College Place game.

Free throws: DW-Forney 2, Laughery 2, Brincken, Culley, Miller, Seney 3. SJEL-B. Bailey 2, Z. Bailey 4, Curtis-Brewer.

Dayton-Waitsburg's Jayvees rallied with three fourth-quarter treys by Samantha Davis to go into overtime against the Prescott Lady Tiger Jayvees December 10.

The team was trailing by a handful of points in the fourth quarter and scratched their way back into spitting distance when Davis drained the first of three treys, knotting the score 37-37 with the second three pointer.

Prescott got back ahead in the last seconds of the game, but Davis came down and swished the third bomber to tie it with seven seconds to go.

In overtime, DW couldn't find the hoop and Prescott edged ahead by hitting free throws, winning 44-40.

 
 

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