Edwardsburg’s Olivia Hack scored 14 points against Three Rivers Friday night. (Leader photo/File)
Edwardsburg’s Olivia Hack scored 14 points against Three Rivers Friday night. (Leader photo/File)

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Eddies fall short in upset bid against Wildcats

Published 8:13am Saturday, February 1, 2014

Defending Wolverine Conference West Division champion Three Rivers held off a late rally to defeat host Edwardsburg 52-42 Friday night in girls basketball.

Both teams got off to a slow start as they combined for just 12 first quarter points.

The Wildcats (10-1, 6-0 West) poured in 20 second quarter points to open up a 26-16 halftime advantage.

Three Rivers’ upped its lead to 40-23 heading to the final quarter, but was outscored 19-12 by the Eddies (7-4, 4-2 West) in the last eight minutes.

Olivia Hack had 14 points for Edwardsburg, which also got 11 points from Savannah Dixon and 10 points from Alexis Blake.

Teagan Reeves had a game-high 25 points for Three Rivers.


Three Rivers 52, Edwardsburg 42


Cheyenne Richardson 0, Kimmy Sibert 0, Addy Cooper 0, Cory Sanders 1, Alexis Herbert 14, Linsey Masnari 8, Alicia Schmidtendorff 0, Holly Hines 0, Taylor Schultz 0, Teagan Reeves 25, Alyssa Smith 0, Helaina Heffner 0. TOTALS: 19 14-26 52


Olivia Hack 14, Rachel Boyles 0, Gabby Golba 2, Anna Roberts 5, Savannah Dixon 11, Breanna Baushke 0, Katelyn Rogers 0, Nikki Dallich 0, Haley Stanton 0, Alexis Blake 10, Alise Markel 0. TOTALS: 15 8-14 42


Three Rivers                          5          26       40       52

Edwardsburg                        7          16       23       42

3-point goals: Three Rivers 0, Edwardsburg 4 (Dixon 3, Hack). Total fouls (fouled out): Three Rivers 17 (none), Edwardsburg 21 (Hack, Golba). Varsity records: Three Rivers 10-1, 6-0 West; Edwardsburg 7-4, 4-2


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