(Sat 3/9/13) - With a 28-1
record, the Douglas LadyCats end the season with
the best record in 3A or 4A basketball.
But boy, did that one loss hurt.
In the 3A State Championship game
Saturday night at the Casper Events Center, the
number-2 ranked Star Valley Lady Braves upset the
top-ranked LadyCats 56-46 to claim the title.
Star Valley owned Douglas from the start... the
LadyCats never led... Star Valley was up 12-8
after one, and 26-16 at the half. Douglas shot 16
of 47... Star Valley shot 18 of 41. Both teams
had five three-pointers. The Lady Braves
outrebounded the LadyCats 34-29. Star Valley's
Hailey Greenwood led all scorers with a 24-point
performance. Kassidy Scott led Douglas with 12...
Molly Kreycik added 11. Three of Douglas's four
seniors - Jill Espeland, Kassidy Scott and Carlie
Cecil - all fouled out before the end of the
game. Senior point guard Molly Kreycik played all
32 minutes. A tough ending to an outstanding
season for the Douglas girls.
The Douglas Bearcats also come up on
the short end of their final game of the season.
In a rematch of last week's East Regional
championship game against Rawlins, the Cats kept
it close, but fell 50-46 to the Oulaws in the 5th
place game. Douglas trailed by 1 at the quarter
and the half and were down by three after three,
but couldn't get back on top. Rawlins led as many
as 8 points, but there were 7 lead changes and 3
ties in a good back-and-forth battle. Alex
Collier led Rawlins with 16, while Jalen Krening
added 13. Dylan Davidson was the only Bearcat in
double figures with 16. The Bearcats end their
season with a 17-12 overall record, 11-6 in 3A
(Wed 3/6/13) - 1A/2A
All-State basketball players have been named, and
there's several from schools here in the KKTY
listening area... 2A boys all-staters include
Hunter Dockery and Travis Smith from Niobrara
County High School in Lusk; 2A girls include
Shelby Burroughs of Southeast; on the 1A boys
all-state list, Treasure Hollister from
Guernsey-Sunrise, and on the 1A girls list,
Melissa Bowlin, Kaylee Greenwald and Kylah Meyer
of Lingle. All-Staters were named following this
weekend's 1A/2A State Basketball Tournament at
(Mon 3/4/13) - The Douglas
Ice Cats are back-to-back State Champs.
Douglas began their run through the State B
tournament at Cody with a 6-3 over Gillette on
Friday night, then a 6-2 win over Cheyenne on
Saturday. Sunday afternoon, the Ice Cats skated
to a 3-2 win over Rock Springs to claim their
second consecutive title.
(Sat 3/2/13) - A PAIR of
Titles... The Douglas Bearcats and the
Douglas LadyCats win both championship games at
the 3A East Regionals.
At Worland, the LadyCats stretch
their season record to 26-0 with a 64-31 win over
the Rawlins Lady Outlaws. Rawlins junior point
guard Kalli Fedderson, who averages 21 points a
game, got into foul trouble early... she still
ended the night with 18, but spent much of the
game on the bench. Kassidy Scott led all scorers
with 21, and Carlie Cecil added 14.
In the late game, the Bearcats also
met the Outlaws from Rawlins. Lane Potratz, who's
averaged 5.6 points a game this season, put up
seven 3's in the first half on his way to a 23
point performance, and Douglas was in a 35-22
hole at the half. The Cats came back after the
break and took control, outscoring the Outlaws
41-21 in the second half and battled back to
claim a 63-56 win. Dylan Davidson hit 5 of 7
outside the arc and ended the night with 21...
Greg Vandeventer hit 13, and Jonah Richards added
Both Douglas teams will take the
one-seed from the East to the State Basketball
Tournament, which opens Thursday in Casper. Both
teams will meet Lander on Thursday, the boys at
noon and the girls at 6pm... both games at the
Casper Events Center... both games live on
KKTY-FM and on the internet at kktyonline.com.
(Fri 3/1/13) - Bearcats and
LadyCats will both go to State... with
semi-final round wins at the 3A East REgional
Basketball Tournament at Worland today, both
Douglas basketball teams earb a berth in the
Conference Championship game, and both punch
their ticket to next week's State Tournament at
After Newcastle upset Buffalo on
Friday, that set up a semi game between Douglas
and Newcastle. The Cats jumped out to an early
lead and held it through the course of the game.
Jonah Richards had a double double with 17 points
and 10 rebounds to lead the Douglas scoring
effort. Logan Barker added 12.
The Douglas Ladycats got their 25th
win of the season, blowing past the Buffalo Lady
Bison 73-27. Kassidy Scott turned in a 26-point
performance, and Carlie Cecil and Jill Espeland
had 12 apiece.
The Douglas roundballers will meet
Rawlins in Staurday's title games. The Lady
Outlaws beat Wheatland 50-40, and the Outlaws
beat the Bulldogs 53-46 to advance. Girls play
Saturday night at 6, boys tipoff at 7:30... both
games love on KKTY's 100.1FM and on the internet
Earlier Friday, Glenrock ended their
season as they were eliminated from the
tournament in loser-out games. The Herders fall
42-60 to Buffalo, and the Lady Herders lost 40-43
(Thu 2/28/13) - Easy win for
the LadyCats... in the opening round of
the 3A East Regionals, the 1-seeded Douglas
LadyCats cruised to a 63-19 win over the 8-seeded
Glenrock Lady Herders. Douglas led by 38 at the
half, and kicked into the 40-point mercy clock
right after halftime. Kassidy Scott and Carlie
Cecil led the scoring effort with 13 each, and
Ashlie Blackburn added 11. Breanna Faley led
Glenrock with 7. Douglas plays Buffalo in the
semis Friday night at 6. Glenrock meets Newcastle
in a girls loser-out game Friday morning at
11:30. Both games live on KKTY's 100.1FM and on
the internet at kktyonline.com.
(Thu 2/28/13) - Opening
Round Win... The Douglas Bearcats
survive a hard fought game with the Glenrock
Herders to advance to the semis. At the 3A East
Regional Basketball Tournament in Worland this
morning, the Cats jumped out to a 16-7 lead after
one, but the Herders came on strong in the second
and took a three-point lead into the halftime
locker room. Douglas came back in the second half
to claim a 59-56 win. Jonah
Richards was big outside the arc, hitting 5
three's on his way to 19 points. Dylan Davidson
had three 3's on his way to 12 points, and Greg
Vandeventer added 10. Glenrock had four players
in double figures, led by point guard Tyler Olsen
with 13. Senior DC Hall had 12, Anthony Pack
added 11, and Devon Parkinson had ten. Glenrock
plays the loser of today's Buffalo-Newcastle game
in a loser out game Friday morning at 10. Douglas
plays the winner of Buffalo-Newcastle in the
semis Friday afternoon at 4:30. Both games live
on KKTY's 100.1FM.
(Sat 2/23/13) - A Perfect
23-0... In high school basketball action
this afternoon, the LadyCats end the regular
season with one more win, this time over the
Buffalo Lady Bison. Jessie Underberg got a little
crazy outside the arc, hitting 5 three's on her
way to 17 points to lead all scorers. Carlie
Cecil hit 12, and Kassidy Scott had 11. Jenna
Anderson lad Buffalo with 12.
The Bison proved to be too much for
the Bearcats for the second time this season.
Douglas trailed by just three at the end of the
third, but Buffalo outshot 22-8 in the fourth
quarter to claim a 60-43 win. The Bearcats end
the regular season 13-10.
(Sat 2/23/13) - Douglas
wrestlers take third at state... three
Bearcats bring home championships. Jordan Pingrey
was down 14-0... a technical fall is 15-0...
Pingrey came back and pinned Nic Urbach of Powell
to win the 113. Hunter Haman earned an 11-5
decision over Matthew Ponds of Worland to win the
152. And CJ Allen ends his senior season 50-6,
pinning Taylor Bush of Wheatland for the gold at
heavyweight. Congrats also the Glenrock's Jackson
Taylor... he pinned Ty Alexander of Lander to win
Powell claimed the team title with
241.5 points... Star Valley was second with
233... Douglas placed thirdwith 188 team points.
(Sat 2/16/13) - Road wins at
the Dogie Dome... Bearcats and LadyCats
basketball teams were both in the win column
tonight. In the early game, Kassidy Scott hit 19
to lead the Douglas girls to their 22nd win,
60-30 over the Lady Dogies. Jill Espeland had 10,
and Carlie Cecil added 9. The late game was a
good match, but a low scoring affair. Douglas
trailed by four at the quarter and at the half,
but led by two after three. Greg Vandeventer hit
a bucket down low with less than 30 seconds left
to give Douglas a one-point lead. Newcastle sent
the ball in with 4 seconds left, but wasn't able
to connect, and the Bearcats win it 36-35.
Vandeventer led the Douglas scoring effort with
The LadyCats end the weekend 22-0,
13-0 in 3A East. The Bearcats inprove to 13-9,
and 10-3 in 3A East. Both teams will wrap up
regular season play at Buffalo next Saturday
(Fri 2/15/13) - Well... that
was interesting... Bearcats basketball
teams hosted the Torrington Trailblazers in 3A
East Conference action tonight. In their final
home appearance, the LadyCats ran their record to
21-0 with a 64-26 win. On Senior Night, seniors
Kassidy Scott and Carlie Cecil were both in
double figures before halftime... Scott led all
scorers with 19, and Cecil hit 13. Also out of
the class of '13, Molly Kreycik ended the night
with 10, and Jill Espeland added 3. Douglas set
the clock running on the 40-point mercy rule
again early in the 4th quarter.
In the late game, the Bearcats held
off a late surge by the 'Blazers and claimed a
63-60 win. Douglas led 22-12 after one, 30-19 at
the half, and held a 17-point lead, 46-29, after
three. Torrington got hot in the fourth and put
up half ot he night's scoring effort in the final
eight minutes, outshooting Douglas 31-17, but the
Cats held on for the three point win. Junior Greg
Vandeventer bettered his fifteen-point-a-game
average with a 22-point performance. Senior Dylan
Davidson had 15 on the night. Davidson had three
3's, including a buzzer beater at halftime from
out behind the halfcourt line. The Cats' other
senior, Robert Ricks, had four points on the
night. Blake Wisroth led Torrington with 19. The
Cats improve to 12-9, 9-3 in 3A East play.
Douglas travels to Newcastle
Saturday night... the girls play at 5:30, and the
boys play at 7. Both games live on KKTY's 93.3FM
and AM 1470.
(Thu 2/14/13) - LadyCats #1
again... this week's 3A Girls Basketball
poll from WyoPreps.com keeps Douglas #1 with all
18 top votes. It is the 7th straight week the
Lady Bearcats have been a unanimous pick for the
top spot. Star Valley is back in the second spot
with Rawlins falling to third. Powell moves up a
notch to fourth with Lyman drops down to fifth.
No change in 4a... it's East,
Gillette, Natrona, Sheridan and Laramie. 2A's the
same as well...Tongue River, Lovell, Southeast,
Thermopolis and Wind River... the Lusk Lady
Tigers sit at #6. The top 4 spots in 1A are
steady... Cokeville, Lingle-Ft Laramie, Snake
River and Rock River. Burlington joins Upton in a
tie at #5...
(Wed 2/13/13) -3A boys
basketball polls shuffle this week. The
Star Valley Braves remain at the #1 spot, and
despite a loss to Buffalo Saturday night, the
Rawlins Outlaws will retain their #2 ranking.
Lander moves up from 5 to 3. Buffalo pulled off a
pair of wins last weekend, beating Wheatland by
one Friday night, and upsetting Rawlins by ten on
Saturday... that was enough to get the Bison back
into the top five at #4. Lyman and Douglas drop
from 3 and 4 to a tie at #5.
Gillette's #1 in 4a, followed by
Riverton, Laramie, Evanston, and Kelly Walsh is
at #5 again. No change at all in 2A or 1A... 2A,
it's Lovell, Wyoming Indian, the Lusk Tigers
remain at #3, followed by Big Horn and Moorcroft.
In 1A, it's Burlington, Ten Sleep, Snake River...
the Guernsey-Sunrise Vikings are #4, and
Encampment is 5. Girl's polls come out tomorrow.
(Sat 2/2/13) - Two more in
the win column... at the DHS Rec Center
Gym, Douglas marks two wins over the Worland
Warriors. In the early game, the LadyCats got off
to a slow start, but went on to dominate with a
56-16 win. Kassidy Scott was the only player to
finish in double figures with 18 points. In the
nitecap, the Bearcats found themselves in a
12-point hole in the second quarter against the
winless Warriors. The Cats trailed by four at the
half, but hammered Worland 20-6 in the third
quarter and held on for a 58-46 win. Chandler
Romero led the Douglas scoring effort with 21,
and Greg Vandeventer added 15. Douglas meets
Rawlins this Friday and Wheatland on Saturday.
(Fri 2/1/13) - Douglas
Hoopsters take Glenrock... at Glenrock,
the LadyCats improved to 17-0 with a 55-23 win
over the Lady Herders. Kassidy Scott led all
scorers with 13 points... Carlie Cecil added 12,
and Molly Kreycik was also in double figures with
11. At Douglas, the Bearcats won it 55-44.
Douglas hosts the Worland Warriors Saturday
night... the girls play at 5, and the boys tipoff
at 6:30... both games live on KKTY's 100.1FM and
on the internet at kktyonline.com.
(Fri 1/25/13) - LadyCats win
big, Bearcats lose close... in 3A East
Conference play at the Rec tonight, the LadyCats
basketball team improved to 16-0 with a 60-28 win
over the Buffalo Lady Bison. Kassidy Scott led
the Douglas girls with 16 points, Carlie Cecil
added 14 and Molly Kreycik added 12. Jenna
Anderson had 17 for Buffalo.
In the late game, the Bearcats
trailed by 9 in the third quarter but came back
to lead 37-36 to open the 4th... the Bison
outshot the Cats 14-9 in the final stanza.
Douglas trailed by three with seconds left, but
couldn't force the tie and Buffalo held on to
claim a 50-46 win.
The LadyCats improve to 16-0, 7-0 in
3A East play... the Bearcats drop back to 8-8 and
5-2. Douglas plays Glenrock this coming Friday
night and Worland on Saturday.
(Fri 1/11/13) - Win Again...
Douglas Bearcats and LadyCats basketball teams
grabbed another pair of 3A East Conference wins
tonight, this time at the expense of the Rawlins
Outlaws. At Rawlins, Kassidy Scott had a 20-point
night to lead the top-ranked LadyCats to a 55-41
win over the third-ranked Outlaws. And at Douglas
the Bearcats upset 4th-ranked Rawlins 59-51.
Douglas basketball teams travel to Torrington on
Friday the 18th.
(Sat 1/5/13) - Two more in
the win column... Bearcats and LadyCats
basketball teams claimed two more with wins at
Worland tonight. In the early game, the LadyCats
stretched their record to 12-0 with an easy 56-30
win over the Lady Warriors. Carlie Cecil led all
shooters with 20 points, and Kassidy Scott added
18. In the nitecap, the Bearcats rode 19 points
from Logan Barker and 12 from Greg Vandeventer to
a 48-30 win. NExt up for DHS basketball teams,
the Rawlins Outlaws on Friday, January 11th.
(Sat 1/5/13) - East
dominates the mats... The Cheyenne East
T-Birds collected 289 points to win the Shane
Shatto Memorial Wrestling Tournament at Douglas
High School this weekend. The Douglas Bearcats
tagged 198.5 points to finish second in the
22-team field, followed by Riverton, Chadron and
Individually, gold medals for Jordan
Pingrey at 113, silvers for Blake Sanderson at
145, Dalton Burgener at 170 and CJ Allen at 285,
bronzes for Hunter Haman at 152 and Dalton Smith
at 220, a fourth place to Seth Harris at 138, and
sixth place finishes for Trevor Bennett at 106
and Garrett Boner at 182. Glenrock's Jackson
Taylor placed third at 120, and Taylor Yingling
was 4th at 220. Douglas wrestlers dual at Rawlins
(Thu 1/3/13) - Cats win a
pair... Douglas boys and girls
basketball teams took a pair from Glenrock
tonight. At Glenrock, the Bearcats improved their
record to 5-6 with a 53-37 win. Greg Vandeventer
led all shooters with 21 points, and Logan Barker
added 12. At Douglas, the LadyCats dominated with
a 73-21 win. Molly Kreycik tied the DHS record
for assists set several years ago by Raegen
Scott. The Douglas girls remain undefeated at
11-0. The Cats and the LadyCats travel to Worland
on Saturday. The girls play at 5, the boys tip
off at 6:30... both games live on KKTY's 100.1FM
(Sat 12/29/12) - LadyCats
take title... Bearcats runners-up... the
Douglas LadyCats got off to a slow start, but
warmed up in the second quarter to run past the
host Sidney Red Raiders 51-32 at the Cabela's
Holiday Shootout. Douglas trailed 8-6 after one
quarter, but led 19-12 at the half. Coach Jaci
Heny played 11 and 9 scored. Carlie Cecil led the
LadyCats scoring effort with 17... Molly Kreycik
added 14. The Douglas girls stretch their record
In the boys championship game, a
frustrating loss. The Cats dominated the first
half, leading 34-22 at the break... but the
wheels fell off in the second half as Cheyenne
South went on a 21-0 run to claim the lead on
their way to a 69-56 win over Douglas. South
ended the game with four players in double
figures, led by Kyhler Cummings with 19.
Douglas's Dylan Davidson hit three 3's on his way
to a game-leading 20 points. Jonah Richards hit
16, and Logan Barker added 10.
Douglas's basketball squads return
to conference play Thursday night when they take
on the Glenrock Herders. The girls are at
Douglas... the boys are at Glenrock... both games
tip off at 7pm... we'll cover the boys from
Glenrock on KKTY's 100.1FM and on the internet at
(Fri 12/28/12) - A pair of
title games... after battling for a pair
of wins in the semis, the Cats and the LadyCats
basketball teams will play for both the boys and
girls championships at the Cabela's Holiday
Today's action, the Douglas girls
were challenged for the first time this season
when the took on a scrappy Panthers squad from
Hershey, Nebraska. The two teams matched up very
well, and the game was a battle down to the wire.
Carlie Cecil shot 19 points to lead the LadyCats
to a 46-42 win.
The boys game against Gering could
have gone either way, with lots of lead changes
and never much distance between the two. Douglas
led 11-10 after one, tied at 23 at the half, and
36 at the quarter. In the final couple of
minutes, Douglas held a short lead, and Logan
Barker hit 6 of 8 at the free throw line in the
4th quarter to help the Bearcats to a 50-46 win.
Dylan Davidson had 4 three's on his way to 19
points, and Chandler Romero added 10. Low-post
ace Greg Vandeventer rolled his ankle on Thursday
in the Chase County game, didn't play today, and
isn't expected to be back in action until at
least next weekend.
The LadyCats will meet the host
Sidney Lady Raiders in the Championship game
Saturday. Sidney beat Cheyenne South 37-15 in the
other semi game this afternoon.
The boys title match will be an
all-Wyoming affair. The Bearcats will meet
Cheyenne South, who edged Sidney 60-58 in
overtime in tonight's other boys semi final.
Girls tipoff at 1:30 Saturday, boys
at 3:15... you'll hear both games live on KKTY's
100.1FM and on the internet at kktyonline.com.
(Thu 12/27/12) - Opening
round wins... day one of the Cabela's
Holiday Shootout at Sidney, Nebraska, the
Bearcats and the LadyCats both earned wins. In
the early game, the Douglas girls dominated
again, blasting the Chase County Longhorns out of
Imperial, Nebraska by a score of 65-21. Douglas
led 40-9 at the half, and Coach Jaci Heny rested
her starters for most of the second half. Kassidy
Scott led all shooters with 21 points, and the
LadyCats improved their record to 8-0. The
Bearcats played a close game against Chase
County... Douglas was down by 2 at the quarter,
trailed 30-29 at the half, were down by 4 after
three, and tied the game at 52 to force overtime.
The Cats got the payoff at the free throw line in
OT, hitting 8 of 9, including two by Jonah
Richards with 1.1 seconds on the clock to grab a
64-62 win. The Bearcats improve to 3-5 with the
Day two of the tournament, the
LadyCats will meet Hershey, Nebraska at 2pm, and
the Bearcats will play the Gering Bulldogs at
5:30. Hear both game live on KKTY's 100.1FM and
on the Internet at kktyonline.com.
(Mon 12/17/12) - The Douglas
Bearcats basketball team went 1-2 at the Lander
Classic basketball tournament this weekend.
Friday night, the Cats opened tournament play
with a 50-40 win over the Cody Broncs. Dylan
Davidson led the scoring effort with 16 points...
Greg Vandeventer added 14. Saturday morning, the
Cats played three even waurters with the Lyman
Eagles... the game was tied at the quarter, the
half, and the third quarter, but Lyman pulled
ahed in the 4th to claim a 54-42 win. Greg
Vandeventer led all scoring with 20. Saturday
night, the Cats matched well with the host Lavder
Valley Tigers and had a chance to tie in the
final 30 seconds, but Lander held on for a 41-37
win. Douglas now stands 2-5 on the season.
(Mon 12/17/12) - The
LadyCats continue to decimate the competition,
adding three more wins at the Douglas Classic.
Friday night, it was Douglas 72, Cody 28.
Saturday morning, Douglas blasted Lyman 72-24,
and Saturday night, Douglas beat Lander 63-39.
The Douglas girls are now 7-0, and five of those
games have invoked the new 40-point mercy rule.
Next action for Douglas basketball teams is the
Cabelas Holiday Shootout December 27th, 28th and
29th at Sidney, Nebraska.
(Mon 12/17/12) - Douglas
Varsity Wrestling traveled to Gillette
to participate in the invitational only Pat Weede
Memorial. Over all the team won 3 dual and lost 4
finishing as a team in 5th place. Douglas had one
gold medalist, as CJ Allen went 7-0 to claim
heavyweight. Allen was named Outstanding Heavy
Weight. Junior Varsity traveled to Wright and
participated in the in the 2A varsity Battle in
Wright. As a team they finished 5th. And Coach
Hoopman said they gained good experience. Both JV
and Varsity will travel to Lander for the Lander
Invite on Friday and Saturday. Cooler sponsors
for this weekend were: Emery Septic, Geho
Trucking and G & T Lawn Services.
(Sat 12/8/12) - LadyCats
dominate Wheatland... in the Douglas
girls' home opener and 3A East Conference opener,
it's Douglas 63, Wheatland 15. Kassidy Scott
leads all scorers with 16, Heather Townsend and
Carlie Cecil hit 14 each. The top-ranked LadyCats
are now 4-0... three of the four games have goe
to the new Mercy Rule, where one team outscores
the other by 40 points in the second half, and
the clock runs til the game is over. In four
games, the LadyCats have outscored their
opponents 236 to 86.
(Sat 12/8/12) - High school
wrestling action this weekend, the
Bearcats battled at the Charlie Lake Invite at
Cheyenne East, placing second out of 15 teams.
The East Thunderbirds won their own tournament
with 143 points, and Douglas earned 131.
Individually, gold medal finishes for Dalton
Burgener at 170 and Dalton Smith at 220. A second
place finish for CJ Allen at 285... 3rd's for
Jordan Pingrey at 113, Blake Sanderson at 145,
and 4th place finishes for Garrett Boner at 182
and Astin Degner at 195. DHS wresters are at
Gillette this Friday and Saturday. Cooler
sponsors this week include Alpha Company Wyoming National
Guard, Dave and Kathie Harris (WLEA) and Douglas
(Fri 12/7/12) - A big
conference win in the home opener... the
Douglas Bearcats earned a 56-42 win over the
5th-ranked Wheatland Bulldogs at the Rec tonight.
The Cats ran up a 20-to-nothing lead to open the
game... Wheatland was scoreless for the first 6
and a half minutes of the game, and the Bearcats
never trailed. The Bulldogs pulled within six
points late in the fourth, but Douglas held on to
claim their first win of the season. The Bearcats
were paced by junior Greg Vandeventer, who had
nine buckets and hit four of five from the
free-throw line for a 22-point performance. Dylan
Davidson was also in double figures with 17.
Braeden Douglas led Wheatland with 14. The
LadyCats host Wheatland Saturday night at 7 at
the Rec Center Gym at DHS. Hear the game live on
KKTY's 100.1FM and on the internet at
(Thu 12/6/12) - The LadyCats
are a strong #1 this week. Following the
opening weekend of high school basketball, the
WyoPreps Coaches and Media poll has Douglas at#1
with 21 of 23 first placed voted, followed by
Star Valley at #2, Powell debuts at 3, and
Rawlins and Cody are steady at 4 and 5. 4A,
Sheridan ranks #1, followed by East, Natrona,
Gillette and Laramie. 2A is led by Tongue River,
followed by Lovell, Thermopolis, Burns and Wind
River. And in 1A, Cokeville's a unanimous #1,
followed by Lingle-Ft Laramie, Snake River,
Burlington and Upton.
(Sat 12/1/12) - Girls win
two, boys lose two... day two of the
Riverton Invite, the LadyCats start the day with
a 51-24 win over Lyman. Jill Espeland led all
scorers with 11, and Carlie Cecil had 10. Douglas
lost a close game to Lyman, falling 56-51.
Douglas trailed by 5 at the quarter, by 2 at the
half and the end of the third, but Lyman held on
for the win. Dylan Davidson hit 5 threes on his
way to 20 points... Greg Vandeventer added 17.
The LadyCats blew past Riverton 54 -19. Kassidy
Scott shot 16 and Jessie Underberg had 11. The
Bearcats dropped their last game 65 - 51 to
Riverton. Kade Salisbury and Xavier Webb had 23
each for Riverton. Dylan Davidson led Douglas
with 15 and Greg Vandeventer added 12. Douglas
hosts Wheatland this coming weekend... the boys
play Friday and the girls on Saturday. 7pm
tipoffs, both games live on KKTY's 100.1FM.