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Riverside Lady Rebel Rewind

Tuesday, November 24, 2009

Riverside fell victim twice last week in senior girls basketball action, losing to Nettleton 76-52 Monday night at Lake City before dropping a 64-49 decision Thursday night at Weiner.

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Lady Rebel Ashley Calvert grabs a rebound in senior girls basketball action Thursday night at Weiner.
Riverside sophomore Becca Frayer scored 13 points while junior Meagan Goza and freshman Lauren Weaver added 12 and 10 points respectively in Monday night's loss to Nettleton. The Lady Raiders took a 24-20 lead after the first period and stretched its advantage to 44-31 at the half. Nettleton took a 64-38 lead into the final frame.

Kristen Carner scored six points, Kyley Campbell netted five, Michelle Cobb tallied four points while Ashley Calvert added two points to round out the Rebel scoring.

Jennifer Towne scored a game high 23 points to lead Nettleton.

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Riverside Meagan Goza battles with Lady Cardinal for rebound Thursday night at Weiner.
(Town Crier photos/Trent Fletcher)
Weiner placed three players in double digits to take a 15 point victory over the Lady Rebels Thursday night. Hannah Burgess paced the Lady Cardinals with 18 points while Mallory Jordan and Katie Armstrong pitched in 12 points apiece. Weiner stormed to a 10-1 lead before the Lady Rebels got untracked and rallied for a 16-14 first quarter edge. Weiner outscored Riverside 15-7 in the second period to take a 29-23 lead at the half. The Lady Cardinals put the game away in the third quarter, outscoring Riverside 23-8 to take a 52-31 advantage in the final frame. Riverside played shorthanded, as freshman Lauren Weaver sat out the game due to a knee injury suffered in Monday night's contest with Nettleton.

"We didn't show up tonight," said Lady Rebel coach Carrie Redman. "I didn't think we played very good defense. It really hurt when Meagan (Goza) got in foul trouble and had to sit out much of the game. We were already without Lauren (Weaver) because of her knee injury, but that's not an excuse. We just didn't play well at all. We didn't play Riverside basketball."

Megan Goza scored 18 points to lead Riverside, despite spending much of the night on the bench due to foul trouble, while senior guard Michelle Cobb added 16 points. Kyley Campbell scored six points, Becca Frayer netted five, while Ashley Calvert and Teylor Hill added two points apiece.

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Riverside's Emily Jordan (52) is surrounded by a trio of Weiner Lady Cardinals in junior girls basketball action Thursday night at Weiner.
(Town Crier photos/Trent Fletcher)
In junior high action, Riverside rallied for a 47-40 win over the Lady Cardinals. Weiner held leads of 12-10 after the first period and 23-20 at the half, before the Lady Rebels charged back in the third period, outscoring Weiner 18-9 to claim a 38-32 advantage heading into the final quarter.

Kenzley Wilson led Riverside with 13 points while Emilee Manues and Lindsey Bennett added 12 and 10 points respectively. Anna Brickell scored seven, Jordan Miller netted four while Bailey Davis added one point.

Riverside fell to Nettleton 39-30 on Monday night. Riverside was led by Lindsey Bennett and Jordan Miller with eight points apiece while Kenzley Wilson added seven. Anna Brickell tallied four while Emilee Manues pitched in three points to round out the Lady Rebel scoring.

The Junior Lady Rebels pounded Trumann 39-17 at the Bay Invitational Tournament Tuesday night at Bay. Emilee Manues led the way with 11 points. Kenzley Wilson pitched in eight points, Emily Jordan scored six, Lindsey Bennett and Anna Brickell chipped in four points apiece while Jordan Miller, Bailey Davis and Gattlin Hale added two points apiece.



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