SALINA – The North Sevier High School’s Wolf Women split the week on the basketball court with a road loss to the Lady Braves of North Summit, 69-31, in Coalville, Jan. 21, which was followed by a home court victory over Duchesne’s Lady Eagles, 38-30, in Salina, Jan. 23.
The Lady Braves controlled the bout on their home court in Coalville from tip-off to the final buzzer outscoring the Wolf Women in each quarter – 17-11 in the first, 20-5 in the second, 21-7 in the third and 11-8 in the fourth.
Both squads made four of 10 free throw attempts. The Wolf Women made 13 field goals, while the Lady Braves made 31 from the field.
Kamree Brunson sank one from behind the arc for three of her 12 points. Alli Mason followed with seven points for the Wolf Women. Brook Roper posted five points. Macady Goble scored four points, Allie Cowley had two points and Breonna Bingham had one point for North Sevier in the matchup.
The Wolf Women and Duchesne’s Lady Eagles each put six points on the scoreboard during the first quarter of their bout. The Wolf Women then pulled ahead scoring eight points during the second stanza and held the Lady Eagles to just three points. The Lady Eagles fought back after the halftime break putting up 11 points, while holding the Wolf Women to eight points cutting North Sevier’s lead from five to two points going into the final eight-minute stretch where the Wolf Women not only maintained their lead, but built upon it with 16 points to the Lady Eagles’ 10 points and chalked the win.
Brunson led the charge sinking one from downtown on her way to 12 points. Brinley Mason followed with 11 points for the Wolf Women. Goble posted eight points, Brooklyn Butler had three points, while Cowley and Gracee Johnson both scored two points in the victory.
The Wolf Women have a 3-3 region record and a 7-10 overall record.
North Sevier’s regular season play will wrap up with a home game against Altamont Tuesday, Feb. 4, at 7 p.m., and then a road game against the Lady Eagles in Duchesne Friday, Feb. 7, at 5:30 p.m.