Panthers turn over game

RANGELY I Senior Aimee Hogan played hard offensively and defensively to lead the lady Panthers with 15 points and five steals against Plateau Valley on Friday night, but the Rangely girls came up short in the game.
Rangely received solid play from freshmen Katye Allred and Lindzey Thacker combining for 16 rebounds, but the team struggled getting its offense going as they trailed after the first period 11-2.
The Rangely girls played better in the second period, but turnovers created a problem for the Panthers.
Coach Quinton Kent said, “When your total turnovers and shooting percentage are close to being the same, you are probably not going to win. We turned the ball over 22 times and shot 24 percent from the field.”
The Rangely girls will host Hayden on Friday night and travel to Oak Creek on Saturday for two league games.