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GIRLS BASKETBALL: Riders can't hold onto lead at Greenville

January 31, 2012

St. Marys' Kelly Heitkamp led St. Marys with eight points against Greenville on Monday night. (File Photo)

 

GREENVILLE — St. Marys had the lead at the end of the first three quarters of Monday night’s game at Greenville, only to a watch its work be undone in the fourth quarter.

Greenville outscored the St. Marys girls basketball team 13-2 in the fourth quarter and rallied past the Roughriders, 42-34, on Monday night.

Kelsey Tester paced Greenville with 18 points on eight baskets and two free throws. Tara Guillozet added 11 points.

Originally scheduled for Tuesday, Jan. 10, the game was postponed

because of a bomb threat at Greenville High School on Jan. 10.

Kelly Heitkamp scored a team-high eight points for the Roughriders, who slipped to 3-13 on the season. Kelsey Rohrbach added seven points.

Molly Albert scored five points, Lee Ann Bertke and Mallory Kill each added three points, while Reagan Aller and Paige Dicus added two points apiece.

St. Marys returns home on Thursday night to host Wapakoneta at 6 p.m.

The St. Marys junior varsity girls basketball team won its third straight game, 40-14, over the Green Wave.

Score by Quarters 1 2 3 4 F
St. Marys 14 5 13 2 34
Greenville 10 8 11 13 42


ST. MARYS
Molly Albert 2-0-5, Reagan Aller 1-0-2, Lee Ann Bertke 1-1-3, Paige Dicus 1-0-2, Ashleigh Falk 0-4-4, Kelly Heitkamp 3-0-8, Mallory Kill 1-13, Kelsey Rohrbach 3-1-7. TOTALS 11-9-34.

GREENVILLE
Erin Albright 1-0-2, Tara Guillozet 1-9-11, Karlee Lennon 1-0-2, Haleigh Luce 3-3-9, Kelsey Tester 8-2-18. TOTALS 14-14-42.

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