The Odessa Record -

HS girls basketball

Tigers get a win, but lose two

 

January 25, 2018

--Photos for The Record by Terrie Schmidt-Crosby

McKennah Davison, in the foreground, gets off a three-point shot attempt against the Northport girls varsity Friday and got the win over the Mustangs. Maleah Davison (#20) prepares for the rebound, and Kassidy Crossley is in the background.

ACH

On January 16, the Tiger girls lost to Almira-Coulee-Hartline in a game played in Coulee City.

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ACH17241411   66

McKennah Davison scored seven points to lead the Tigers, while three other players had six points each: Caitlyn Schuh, Kassidy Crossley and Maleah Davison.

Mc. Davison and Crossley also brought down four rebounds each.

Northport

Against Northport Friday, January 19, the Odessa girls were fairly evenly matched against the Mustangs and won by 54-45.

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Northport8151111   45

Mc. Davison was hot, pumping in 22 points to pace the Tiger offense. Maleah Davision added eight points.

Mc. Davison also led in rebounds, while Kenadie Elder added seven.

Curlew

In another league game away on Saturday, January 20, Curlew defeated the Tigers by a score of 67-53.

The junior varsity girls (in white) prepare their defense: Tori Schlomer, Emily Scrupps, Katreace Boss and Chloe Winkler played only two quarters but handily defeated Northport's JV by a score of 25-14.

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Curlew21151516   69

Mc. Davison led the scoring with 27 points, with Ma. Davison adding 10 and Wagner adding nine.

On defense, Mc. Davison and Wagner each had six rebounds.

 

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