|12/26/2017 12:12:00 PM|
Girls basketball falls to Culver
The girls basketball squad fell 28-22 at home against Culver on Tuesday, December 19.
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Culver jumped out with a quick lead, and at the close of the first quarter held a 10-6 advantage. Sisters committed numerous turnovers in the second period, and also struggled to get the ball through the hoop. At the half, the Outlaws trailed the Bulldogs 18-8.
The Outlaws played much better in the second half, and outscored Culver 14-10, with 10 points coming in the final quarter. Sisters made a great push at the end, but it was just a little too late.
Sisters shot 32 percent from the field, and committed 27 turnovers in the contest, an area that continues to be a big issue for the young team.
Rylee Weber scored nine points and had four steals in the contest. Alexa Stewart contributed six points and three steals, and Gracen Sundstrom had three blocked shots.
Coach Alan Von Stein said, "Our defense played hard, especially in the second half."
The Outlaws will take about one week off, and resume play when they host the annual Sisters Holiday Tournament, which will be held Thursday through Saturday, December 28-30.
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