Lady 'Dogs Take Fourth at State
Late rally Saturday against St. George's preserves top-four finish for Dayton girls
Members of the Dayton girls' basketball team, along with managers and coaches, posed for photos at the Spokane Arena after their win against St. George's on Saturday.
SPOKANE – The Dayton girls' basketball team played four games in four days here last week at the Hardwood Classic state championship tournament, and won three of them, preserving a fourth-place finish.
After losing their seeding game the previous week against Colfax, the Lady Bulldogs faced a tough road in their quest for a state championship. Dayton mounted a big fourth-quarter rally on Wednesday to stave off elimination against Mabton, and then fell to number-two seeded Wahkiakum on Thursday, putting them into the consolation bracket and a shot at a fourth place. Wins against White Swan...
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