Middle School Results

Brock Kappelmann - November 8, 2019 1:45 pm

The Lady Warriors took on the Scott city Lady Beavers and suffered their
first loss of the season by a score of 26-19. The Lady Warriors only shot
16% from the floor last night and struggled rebounding the ball.  Leading
scorer for the night was Hailey Contreras with 8 points and leading
rebounder was Keyona Hall with 7 rebounds.
Tiffany Bottum

8th A Team from Coach Blanc –
8th grade A team lost 36-9
In their second game the ladies took some steps in the right direction. The
girls were more confident in taking shots and attacking the basket. Arely
Molina was a spark on defense, hustling and getting a few steals. Jalyssa
Head is taking steps to becoming a leader for the A team. We have a lot of
work to do but look forward to improving each game.

8th B team from Coach Arnberger –
Alayna Holler and Karime Neave were standout players yesterday. With the
ball handling and hustle from them. Their hustle led to several steals.With
a lead of 15-11 coming into the 4th quarter Angela Garcia came off the
bench and gave us great defense to slow down the Cardinals but with 3
minutes left we could not hold them any longer ending in a 19-15 loss. We
are showing great improvement everyday our shooting is improving along with
our ball handling. We cannot wait to see what we can give Hays and Great
Bend tomorrow.

From Coach Shuck –

7A lost to DCMS, the Cardinals got off to a fast start scoring 8 points
unanswered in the first period. Then 4 more in the second period, the
Apache defense stepped up and settled in only allowing 2 points the second
half of the game but the offense struggled to generate any momentum. The
final, 14-6 DCMS W.

7B lost to DCMS in a nail bitter that went to the very end, with both teams
throwing blow after blow on defense and points hard to come by. The games
final was 11-5 DCMS

 

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