2018-01-14 / Sports

CHS gal cagers fall to Alma

CHESANING – An aggressive defense by visiting Alma forced Chesaning’s varsity girls’ basketball team into 24 turnovers last Tuesday as the Lady Indians fell to the Lady Panthers, 56-31.

“Alma is a good team and plays tough defense,” commented CHS coach Ryan Ferry. “We didn’t execute tonight and Alma took advantage. We need to work harder in practice and execute on both sides of the court.”

Elizabeth Coon led the offense with seven points and had a pair of steals on defense. Katelyn Ferry and Katlyn Stanuszek split a dozen markers with Stanuszek also coming up with three steals.

Jadyn Mathis and Haylei Drope each scored three points while Erica Barta, Jordyn Bishop and Bretlyn Warner finished with two points apiece. Barta and Bishop each grabbed three caroms and Barta also recorded three steals for Chesaning, which is now 4-3 overall and 3-2 in conference play.

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