Dowagiac falls to 1-17 with loss at Three Rivers

THREE RIVERS — Another slow start doomed the Dowagiac girls basketball team in its 48-21 Wolverine Conference South Division loss to Three Rivers Friday night.

The Wildcats (9-9, 4-4 Wolverine South) jumped out to a 23-9 first half lead an never looked back.

Three Rivers scored 25 seconds half points, while holding the Chieftains (1-17, 0-8 Wolverine South) to 12 points.

Ariane Fowlkes led Three Rivers with a game-high 14 points. Julia Majden added 10 points.

Taylor Hulett scored 14 of Dowagiac’s 21 points. Tamia Wilson finished with four.

 

THREE RIVERS 48, DOWAGIAC 21

At Three Rivers

DOWAGIAC 21

Tamia Wilson 4; Taylor Hulett 14; Nijah Russell 1; Amiyah Smith 2. TOTALS: 6 6-14 21.

THREE RIVERS 48

Ariane Fowlkes 14; Shumyah Thurman 0; Krishanna Carter 9; Megan Southland 4; Rhyeli Krause 9; Morgan Schneider 2; Julia Majden 10. TOTALS: 14 14-17 48.

 

Dowagiac                    4          9          12       21

Three Rivers              16       23       36       48

3-point baskets: Dowagiac 1 (Wilson), Three Rivers 2 (Carter, Krause); Total fouls (fouled out): Dowagiac 12, Three Rivers 17 (Thurman); Varsity records: Dowagiac 1-17, 0-8 Wolverine South; Three Rivers 9-9, 4-4 Wolverine South.

 

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