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Lady Buffs have three close losses

Posted: Monday, Feb 18th, 2013

Hannah Bugas keeps her eyes on the floor as she looks for a way to score against Powell. PIONEER PHOTO/Haley Walk


Pioneer Sports Correspondent

MOUNTAIN VIEW – The Mountain View Lady Buffs lost in two close games last weekend, as they hit the road to take on Cody and Powell.

On Tuesday night, the Lady Buffs hosted Kemmerer and took another loss, 45-38.

In their first matchup of the weekend against Cody, the girls fell in a 30-32 finish. The next day, they faced Powell’s #5 ranked 3A Lady Panthers where they took another loss, 31-35.

The Lady Buffs were behind Powell in the third quarter 25-16. With less than 5.55 minutes remaining n the game, senior McKell Hadlock went to the stripe to finish a three-point play due to a foul, but the foul shot was no good. With 3:49 left on the clock, sophomore Aubrey Newton went to the foul line and cut Powell’s lead to eight points.

The Lady Buffs were again 10 points behind with 2:36 seconds remaining. As the clock wound down to a little over 1:36 seconds left in the game, sophomore Madison Vitt was fouled and turned her work into a three-point play.

With 21.3 seconds left, Powell’s attempt at a basket was unsuccessful, and Vitt came away with the basket to keep the final score at 35-31.

Vitt was the high scorer of the game by racking up 13 points. She also had nine rebounds against Powell. In the game with Cody, Vitt made seven points.

Newton had 11 points and seven rebounds against Cody to lead the team and nine points and nine rebounds against Powell.

For the complete article see the 02-15-2013 issue.

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