Big first half leads to easy win for Wildcats

Dowagiac’s Taylor Pye (middle) tries to get off a shot against Three Rivers Friday night. (Leader photo/SCOTT NOVAK)

Dowagiac’s Taylor Pye (middle) tries to get off a shot against Three Rivers Friday night. (Leader photo/SCOTT NOVAK)

Visiting Three Rivers outscored Dowagiac 41-4 in the first half on its way to an easy 51-10 Wolverine Conference South girls basketball victory Friday night.

The Wildcats (7-4, 3-1 South) led 31-0 before Dowagiac finally got on the scoreboard in the second quarter.

Three Rivers scored the first four points of the second half to start the running clock for the remainder of the third and fourth quarters.

Krishana Carter led the Wildcats with a game-high 15 points, Julia Majdan finished with 12 points.

The Chieftains (0-10, 0-4 South) was led by Amiyah Smith’s seven points.

 

THREE RIVERS 51, DOWAGIAC 10

At Dowagiac

THREE RIVERS 51

Arionne Fowlkes 9; Cara Smith 2; Krishana Carter 15; Rhylei Krause 6; Althea Kiser 2; De’Aisha Sanders 5; Julia Majdan 12. TOTALS: 19 11-15 51.

DOWAGIAC 10

Tania Wilson 0, Taylor Hulett 1; Nijah Russell 0, Brittany Strauss 0, Elaiyh Pruitt 0, Taylor Pye 2; Micaela Ruff 0, Amiyah Smith 7. TOTALS: 2 6-10 10.

 

Three Rivers              17       41       49          51

Dowagiac                    0          4          5          10

3-point baskets: Three Rivers 2 (Majdan 2); Total fouls (fouled out): Three Rivers 9 (none), Dowagiac 7 (none). Varsity records: Three Rivers 7-4, 3-1 Wolverine South; Dowagiac 0-10, 0-4 Wolverine South

 

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