SALINA – North Sevier High School’s Wolf Women picked up two road-wins last week – the first was over the Lady Bulldogs, 45-35, in Gunnison, Jan. 28, which was followed by a 41-29 victory over the Lady Buckaroos in Monticello, Jan. 30.
The Wolf Women built a 10-point advantage over Gunnison’s Lady Bulldogs during the front half of the matchup, 21-11. After the halftime break, North Sevier extended their lead to 11 points scoring seven points to Gunnison’s six points in the third quarter.
During the final eight-minute stretch, the Lady Bulldogs added 18 points to the scoreboard, while holding the Wolf Women to 17 points, yet fell short of overcoming the lead the Wolf Women had established.
Kamree Brunson led the Wolf pack with 17 points, three of which were earned from behind the arc. Alli Mason followed with nine points. Macady Goble posted six points, while Brooklyn Butler had five points. Both Allie Cowley and Gracee Johnson contributed four points to the Wolf Women’s win.
Against the Lady Buckaroos, the Wolf Women again jumped to an early lead putting 21 points on the board to Monticello’s 14 points during the first and second quarters. They built their lead to 13 points in the third stanza. The Lady Buckaroos scored eight points to the Wolf Women’s seven points during the final stretch, but failed to construct a come-from-behind victory.
Brunson drained three 3-pointers for nine of her 15 points. Johnson and Brinley Mason each contributed eight points. Butler drilled a trey for her three-point contribution. Cowley, Alli and Breonna Bingham all scored three points and Goble had one point for the Wolf Women.
North Sevier currently has a 5-3 region record and a 9-10 overall record in the 2A division.
The Wolf Women will be on the road for their final regular season game. It will be against the Lady Eagles in Duchesne Friday, Feb. 7, at 5:30 p.m.