SALINA – North Sevier High School’s Wolf Women split back-to-back games on their home court in Salina Friday and Saturday. The first matchup was against the Lady Eagles of Millard, which resulted in a 62-47 loss for the Wolf Women Friday. The second bout was a 77-34 win over the Lady Red Devils of Grand Saturday.
Millard’s Lady Eagles jumped out to an early lead in the front half of the game scoring 12 points in the first quarter and 21 in the second stanza while holding the Wolf Women to eight points in each. The squads split for halftime with the Lady Eagles on top 33-16.
The Wolf Women came out strong after the break putting 21 points on the scoreboard to the Lady Eagles’ 10 points, which cut the Lady Eagles’ advantage to five points. Millard scored 19 points to the Wolf Women’s 10 points during the final eight-minute stretch, which secured the victory for the Lady Eagles.
Brinley Mason led the offensive charge for the Wolf Women with 13 points. Kamree Brunson hit two 3-pointers on her way to 11 points. Brook Roper also nailed a trey for three of her 10 points. Macady Goble followed with eight points, while Breonna Bingham contributed five points to the Wolf Women’s tally.
The Wolf Women hit the court running against Grand outscoring the Lady Red Devils in each quarter of the matchup – 25-9 in the first, 16-9 in the second, 17-6 in the third and 19-10 in the fourth to chalk the victory.
Mason topped the Wolf Women’s scoring with 23 points. Roper drilled one from downtown on her way to 13 points. Brunson drilled two from behind the arc for six of her 12 points. Goble posted 10 points, while Alli Mason and Mila Torgerson each put up six points for the Wolf Women. Allie Cowley scored three points. Bingham and Brooklyn Butler each contributed two points to the Wolf Women’s winning effort.
The Wolf Women will be at home for the next two games. The first bout will be against North Summit’s Lady Braves today, Jan. 9. The Wolf Women will then take the court against the Lady Bulldogs of Gunnison Tuesday, Jan. 14. Both games are slated to tip-off at 7 p.m.