Friday, February 5, 2010
Thursday, February 4, 2010
Wed, Feb 3 @ Milford: The Lady Lion's win streak ended at two last night at Milford. After a solid first half the girls faded in the second half. The girls committed 34 turnovers at the hands of the Milford defensive pressure and failed to score consistently especially in the second half. Reno Frayne played a solid game scoring 7 points and collecting 5 rebounds in the tough loss. Next home vs Amelia Monday, Feb 8.
Tuesday, February 2, 2010
Monday, Feb 1 Home vs Felicity: The lady lions basketball team defeated Felicity last night by score of 37-32. Early foul trouble prevented the girls from ever pulling away and needed big shots and clutch free throws to pull off the close win. The game was played at a slow pace because of the zone defense applied by Felicity which forced poor shooting from the girls who were 10/52 from the floor. Lindsey Blankenship hit two 3 point baskets in the 4th quarter to gain back some momentum and Courtney Grogan was 8/11 from the free throw line in clutch situations. Blankenship led New Richmond scorers with 10 points and added 11 rebounds while all 8 of Grogan's points came from the free throw line. Next @Milford Wednesday, Feb 3.
Monday, February 1, 2010
Sat, Jan 30, Home vs CNE: The Lady Lions defeated CNE Saturday night by a score of 39-35. The girls were aided by a quick start, scoring the first 9 points of the game. Effective team defense kept CNE from any big runs as the girls kept their opponent under 40 points for the 3rd straight game. Reno Frayne led the way scoring 14 points and collecting 7 rebounds. Courtney Grogan also stepped up big in her first varsity start scoring 8 points while playing good defense and hitting big free throws. It was a good all around team victory. Next Home vs Felicity Monday, Feb 1.
Sunday, January 31, 2010
The New Richmond Boys Basketball team defeated Felicity Saturday afternoon by a score of 73-67. The game was delayed until Saturday because of a power outage Friday night. The lions had four players in double figures. Jake Bostic had a career high 21 points and was 11 for 13 from the foul line. Nick Hill also had a career high 16 points and also had 5 assists. Dylan Phillips scored 14 and Will Shoemaker had 11. The Lions next game is this Friday at Bethel Tate.