Zarycki nets 20 in Edwardsburg win over Wildcats

THREE RIVERS — Freshman Kaitlyn Zarycki scored a game-high 20 points as visiting Edwardsburg defeated Three Rivers 60-46 in a Wolverine Conference South Division girls basketball game Friday night.

The Eddies (7-5, 3-3 South) led 16-6 after one quarter of play and 40-19 at the half.

Savannah Dixon and Brayden Curtis also reached double figures for Edwardsburg with 12 and 10 points respectively.

Krishana Carter scored 16 points to lead the Wildcats, who dropped to 7-5 overall and 6-4 in the South Division.

 

EDWARDSBURG 60, THREE RIVERS 46

At Three Rivers

EDWARDSBURG 60

Michaela Ritschard 4, Alexa Markel 6, Kaitlyn Zarycki 20, Gabi Fonseca 4, Savannah Dixon 12, Noelle Kraus 4, Brayden Curtis 10. TOTALS: 27 2-7 60.

THREE RIVERS 46

Arionne Fowlkes 12, Cara Smith 0, Krishana Carter 16, Meg Southland 2, Rhyeli Krause 8, Morgan Schneider 0, Libby Judson 0, Althea Kiser 0, DeAshia Sanders 5, Julian Majdan 3. TOTALS: 16 11-18 46.

 

Edwardsburg                        16       40       52       60

Three Rivers                          6          19       33       46

3-point baskets: Edwardsburg 1 (Dixon), Three Rivers 3 (Krause, Sanders, Majdan); Total fouls (fouled out): Edwardsburg 17 (none), Three Rivers 14 (none). Varsity records: Edwardsburg 7-5, 3-3 Wolverine South; Three Rivers 7-5, 6-4 South.

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