Dec. 10 Bulldog Sports Roundup
- Published: December 9, 2010
Girls basketball loses opener
The high school girls basketball team lost its home opener to Bishop Ready by a final score of 46–27 on Thursday, Dec. 2. The Lady Bulldogs kept pace with the visitors early before Bishop Ready widened the score by the half. Despite tough defense and a spirited rally in the fourth quarter, Bishop Ready’s full court press was too difficult for Yellow Springs to break and the team struggled to make up the point difference. The Lady Bulldogs were led by Alex Beer, who had nine points, Maryah Martin with six points, Brianna Ayers with five points and Angela Allen with four points.
On Monday, the Yellow Springs High School girls basketball team traveled to Emmanuel Christian, losing 64–48 to stay winless this season at 0–3. Lady Bulldog Maryah Martin had a standout performance, with 25 points, six rebounds and three steals on the evening. Alex Beer contributed 11 points and Lois Miller four points along with five rebounds and four assists.
Their next game is Friday, Dec. 10, at Middletown Christian at 6 p.m.
McKinney girls basketball improves
Under new head coach Evin Wimberly, the seventh- and eighth-grade teams opened their season at Fort Loramie last Thursday, Dec. 2. The seventh graders lost 48–2 while the eighth-grade team was defeated by a score of 58–2.
Traveling to Northwestern on Monday, the girls played better, according to Coach Wimberly, but ended up losing their games. The seventh-grade team, despite only allowing eight points the entire second half, lost 36–2. The eighth graders were down just 12–4 at the half but lost by a final score of 34–9. In the loss Kara Edwards had eight points and Ashley Longshaw contributed a free throw.