By Karen Huwe
The Times 

DW Girls Lose Two Basketball Games


January 12, 2023

Karen Huwe

Alyssa Hollingsworth looks to shoot against Riverview

DW COMBINE-Peyton Benevides led the Wolfpack girls with seven points in the first quarter against Riverview, giving the team a 9-8 lead. DW only scored two points in the second quarter and seven in the third.

In the fourth quarter, Marissa Tupling scored six straight points for the Wolfpack. DW lost 46-31, with Benevides scoring 11 points in the game. Teammates Tupling scored nine points, Kameryn Tupling scored five, Makenna Barron four, and Teagan Culley scored two points.

Coach Dirk Hansen stated that consistency is the team's biggest opponent. He said once the girls consistently defend and rebound, the offense will take care of itself.

On Saturday, the girls traveled to Walla Walla Valley Academy (WWVA) and lost 48 – 18. Tupling led her team in scoring with 10 points, Benevides scored six, and Culley scored two.


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