Friday, December 21, 2012

Wildcats find a tougher WRHS squad

Filer nips girls 42-27


Assistant coach J.C. Nemecek said the Wood River High School girls’ varsity basketball team “displayed a great deal of heart and improvement” during Tuesday’s home game with the Filer Wildcats in Hailey.

Filer (10-3) prevailed 42-27 in the final outcome of the nonconference test, but the Wildcats’ margin of victory was based on an 18-6 surge in the fourth period. At half Filer led 18-14. It was 24-21 after three.

In contrast, Filer built a 30-9 halftime lead and 41-12 after three periods in its 47-18 home win over the Wolverines Nov. 17. Although Wood River’s record dropped to 1-10 with Tuesday’s loss, there was progress.

Hailey sophomore Rory Cole (3 points, 1 board, 1 steal) returned to the lineup. Senior Hannah Belloli (2 rebounds, 5 steals) scored a season-best 13 points followed by Sydney Tidwell (7 points, 9 rebounds) and Ciceley Peavey (4 points).

Other contributors were Sammy Sutton (3 assists, 3 steals), Kenya Schott (2 steals) and Bailey Rierden (1 assist). Katie Hughes (10) topped Filer.

 

 




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