Riverside girls fall to Bay

Wednesday, January 22, 2003

In seventh-grade girls' action Monday night, the Lady Rebels beat Rector 25-20. The game started slow with the score at the end of the first being 4-2. At the close of the half, the score was tied at eight, but Riverside went on to win 25-20.

Kelsey Turner led all players with six points. Kasey Davis added five points for the Lady Rebels. Kassie Douglas and Shelby Miller each contributed four points followed by Christina Ferrara, Jamie Lawrence and Megan Short with two points each.

The Riverside senior girls' team lost a conference game to Bay Thursday night 70-41. The Lady Rebels started off strong and after the first quarter were tied 14-14.

The Rebels lost ground in the second quarter by getting outscored 23 to nine and at the half the score was 37-23.

Keryn Douglas hit six three-pointers and scored 20 points, while Amanda Dunigan hit three three-pointers and scored 10 points. Others scoring for Riverside were Amanda Churchill with six points and 14 rebounds, Hailey Faulkner with four points and Miranda Boyd with one point.

Bay had four players in double figures. Jessica Moreno had 16 points, Lee Davis had 12 points and Lindsey Stewart and Jessica McMasters both added 10 points.

The junior high girls' team at Riverside lost a conference game to Bay Thursday night, 46-30.

Samantha Dunigan scored 17 points for the Lady Rebels. Marissa Johnson added seven points, followed by Jona Dixon with four and Amber Nelson with two.

Bay was led by Chelsea Wileman with 14 points and Jerra Ferguson with 13.

The Riverside seventh-grade girls' team won a close one at Bay on Thursday. The Lady Rebels were behind at the end of the first quarter 9-5 but by half had passed the Yellowjackets with a score of 17-12. The young Rebels held the lead and finished the game 32-29.

Kassie Douglas scored 12 points for Riverside. Christina Ferrara added eight points followed by Kelsey Turner and Robin Anderson with four points each. Kasey Davis and Megan Short each contributed two points.

Brittany Patterson led all players with 15 points for Bay.

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