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Lady Wolves Drop Game To Wildcats

Lady Wolves Drop Game To Wildcats Lady Wolves Drop Game To Wildcats


Circle’s strong inside game and rebounding led the Wildcats over Wolf Point’s girls’ basketball team by a 55-28 final on Tuesday, Jan. 23.

The Wolves, who played better as the game went on, closed the gap to 5-4 early on a nice inside move by Keeley Blount-Henderson midway into the opening quarter.

Circle then accounted for the final nine points of the period for a 14-4 advantage. Charlie Moline, a freshman, scored three of the points.

The Wildcats then struck for the first nine points of the second period to increase the margin to 23-4. Madeline Moline, a 5-9 sophomore, scored five of the points.

The Wolves bounced back with a three-pointer by Blount-Henderson and a drive by Juellz Bauer to pull to 23-9. Circle led 31-11 until a hoop by Kylie Rodenberg closed the gap at 31-13 at the half.

A three-pointer by Bauer and a hoop by Blount-Henderson got the Wolves off to a good start in the third quarter. Blount-Henderson and Azalei Ackerman hit three-pointers to pull the Wolves to 37-24.

MacKenzie Jackson scored for the Wolves near the end of the third quarter, but Circle led 41-26 at the end of the period.

The Wildcats tallied the first six points of the fourth quarter en route to the non-conference victory.

Blount-Henderson led the Wolves with 12 points.

M. Moline accounted for 26 points to lead Circle.

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