Edwardsburg holds off Vicksburg 46-44

Savannah Dixon, who is surrounded by Vicksburg defenders, scored a game-high 17 points to lead Edwardsburg Friday night. (Leader photo/KELLY SWEENEY)

Savannah Dixon, who is surrounded by Vicksburg defenders, scored a game-high 17 points to lead Edwardsburg Friday night. (Leader photo/KELLY SWEENEY)

Host Edwardsburg held off a second-half charge by visiting Vicksburg to pull out a 46-44 Wolverine Conference South Division victory in girls basketball Friday night.

The Eddies, who led 28-19 at halftime, were outscored 14-7 in the third quarter as the Bulldogs cut the Edwardsburg lead to 35-33 heading into the final quarter.

Edwardsburg, led by Brayden Curtis’ six points, were able to hold on in the final eight minutes to improve to 11-6 overall and 5-3 in the South Division.

Curtis finished with nine points.

Edwardsburg was led by Savannah Dixon’s game-high 17 points. Kaitlyn Zarycki finished with 11 points.

Vicksburg did not have a player finish in double digits, Grace Welch scored nine points for the Bulldogs.

 

EDWARDSBURG 46, VICKSBURG 44

At Edwardsburg

VICKSBURG 44

Olivia Holmes 6, Carly Debault 0, Raquel Rice 2, Faith Morris 0, Layna Steele 7, Kennedy Nabaozny 0, Alicia Cagney 8, Grace Stock 2, Makayla Harris 2, Amy Kosiba 6, Grace Welch 9, Taylor Dent 2. TOTALS: 18 4-7 44.

EDWARDSBURG 46

Michaela Ritschard 0, Alexa Markel 4, Kaitlyn Zarycki 11, Gabi Fonseca 2, Savannah Dixon 17, Chloe Bartz 0, Noelle Kraus 3, Brayden Curtis 9, Samantha Ekanayake 0. TOTALS: 16 8-16 46.

 

Vicksburg                               12       19       33       44

Edwardsburg                        14       28       35       46

3-point baskets: Vicksburg 4 (Holmes 2, Steele, Kosiba), Edwardsburg 6 (Zarycki, Dixon 4, Curtis); Total fouls (fouled out): Vicksburg 17 (none), Edwardsburg 9 (none). Varsity record: Edwardsburg 11-6, 5-3 Wolverine South

 

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