The Shenandoah Fillies made eight 3-point shots, but fell just short 52-49 Monday, Jan. 18, at Tri-Center, missing a chance to win a fourth consecutive game.
Tri-Center led the entire contest, and pushed the lead to nine early in the fourth quarter, but the Fillies stormed back, but could never get in front.
Caroline Rogers and Reese Spiegel, who combined for seven of the team’s triples, made two each in the final quarter.
Rogers finished with 13 points while Spiegel ended with nine along with four rebounds.
Ava Wolf led the Fillies with 14 points and 11 rebounds. Keelee Razee and Brooklen Black added six points each while Allie Eveland ended with one. Black contributed seven assists and four rebounds while Razee grabbed six rebounds. Eveland finished with four rebounds and three blocked shots.
The Fillies fell to 8-5 while the Trojans, who were led by Presley Pogge’s 18 points, improved to 5-7.
Tri-Center scored 27 points in the opening quarter and never looked back in a 75-37 win over the Shenandoah Mustangs Monday, Jan. 18.
The Trojans led 27-10 after the first quarter, 41-17 at halftime and 64-24 going into the final period.
Zach Foster led the Mustangs with nine points. He added three rebounds.
Brody Owen added eight points for Shenandoah while Braden Knight finished with five to go with four rebounds.
Zayne Zwickel contributed four points and three rebounds for the Mustangs. Nolan Mount, Blake Herold and Mitchell Jones all had three points with Herold securing five rebounds. Beau Gardner chipped in two points and four rebounds.
Shenandoah fell to 2-10 on the season while Tri-Center improved to 10-2. Leyton Nelson scored 20 points to lead the Trojans.