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You are Viewing an Archived IssuePosted: 01/23/13
Junior guard Rachael Boeve bringing the ball up the court late in the fourth quarter against Chippewa Valley.
(Observer photo by Mike Nicley)
Varsity girls fall behind
24-2 in first against CV
by RICK DESOTELLIt's hard to believe that the Romeo High girls' varsity basketball team could have had a worse start to their MAC Red division game with unbeaten Utica Ford II falling behind 24-2 after one quarter of play last Friday at Ford.
Observer Sports Writer
Thankfully, the Lady Bulldogs bounced back, opening the second quarter with 11-1 run that cut the Falcons lead to 25-13 midway and trailed by just 11 points, 31-20, at the half before eventually falling 49-46.
Junior point guard Lindsey Hernden finished with a game-high 18 points for Romeo, adding five rebounds, five assists and two steals. Lauren Bright (six rebounds) and Chelsea Malburg (eight rebounds) added 10 points apiece and Andrea Madden finished with eight points for Romeo which fell to 7-4 overall and 1-3 in the MAC Red.
Romeo, 50; Chippewa Valley, 34:
Tuesday, Jan. 15, at Romeo, Bright finished with a season-high 18 points and nine rebounds and Hernden added 12 points to go along with four assists and three steals to lead the Lady Bulldogs.
Danielle Szajna had five points, Malburg and Jodie Bosheers had four each, Kylie Resner was next with three and Briana Becker and Rachael Boeve added two points apiece for Romeo, which trailed 12-11 after one quarter but outscored the Big Reds 39-22 the rest of the way.