Cassopolis falls to Centreville 47-22

CENTREVILLE — Visiting Cassopolis was outscored 39-12 over the final three quarters in a 47-22 BCS Athletic Conference Blue Division loss to Centreville Thursday night.

The Rangers (2-13, 2-5 Blue) led 10-8 after one quarter, but trailed the Bulldogs (12-4, 5-3 Blue) 20-14 at the half.

Centreville would take a 33-20 advantage into the final eight minutes of play.

Cassopolis played the fourth quarter without Santaja Gibson, the team’s leading scorer, due to injury.

Despite missing a quarter, Gibson led the Rangers with seven points. Ky’ana Buck finished with six points.

Centreville’s Bailee May scored 16 points to lead all scorers.

 

CENTREVILLE 47, CASSOPOLIS 22

At Centreville

CASSOPOLIS 22

Tierra Johnson 5; Ky’ana Buck 6; Santaja Gibson 7; Kyrah Taylor 1; Telayah Coats 3. TOTALS: 7 7-14 22.

CENTREVILLE 47

Madison Eazsol 2; Bailee May 16; Carly Todd 8; Sam Lewis 2; Brittany Morris 6; Madison Hunter 7; Carlee Odom 4; Hannah Rice 2. TOTALS: 19 8-13 47.

 

Cassopolis      10       14       20       22

Centreville     8          20       33       47

3-point baskets: Cassopolis 1 (Coats), Centreville 1 (Hunter). Total fouls: Cassopolis 9, Cenreville 14. Records: Cassopolis 2-13, 2-5 BCS Blue Division; Centreville 12-4, 5-3 BCS Blue Division.

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