MEEKER | The lady Cowboys only had one game this past weekend and they dominated it.
“It was another well-played game in the first half,” said head coach Jamie Rogers, “but in the third the girls really took control.”
The final score was 62-41. Four girls topped the double digits in scoring, Julia Dinwiddie, who was one of the top players of the week in class 2A last week, had 21 points, Sarah Kracht 15, Kirsten Brown 14, and Tilly Brown 10.
“Our defense created our offense,” said Rogers, “stealing up top and we turned those into scores.”
This Friday the teams travel to Rangely to take on the Panthers.
“Rangely is playing really well and they have an aggressive defense, we will need to play our game,” commented Rogers.
After Rangely there are only two weeks left in the regular season before districts, leaving four games, and two of them are away.
The Rangely games begin at 4 p.m and girls’ varsity is scheduled for 5:30 p.m.
By TIFFANY JEHOREK | Special to the Herald Times