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Lady Bulldogs Ride Quick Rebound Past Saints

HEUVELTON - The schedule offered Heuvelton Central a quick opportunity to rebound from its first NAC West Girls Basketball loss of the season in a one-sided setback to Hammond on Monday.

And the Lady Bulldogs immediately seized the opportunity Tuesday as Dakota Mouthorp and Rayna Cameron combined for 23 points in the first period sparking a 58-21 nonleague win over St. Regis Falls of the NAC East.

Cameron buried three 3-pointers in the opening quarter scoring 13 points and went on to score a game high 20 points and Mouthorp delivered 10 her 15 points in the first quarter. Bella Doyle delivered nine points, nine rebounds, five assists, three steals and two blocks and Molly Williams was also very active with five points, three assists and six steals.

Grace Mills tallied six points, Lara Martin added one point with five steals, DaKota West also snatched five steals and Trista Ashley and Kaitlyn Sibley each chipped in one point.

"It was a good game for the whole squad. We were able to use some different lineups and we got great contributions from the whole team. Coach Wilbur Bailey's teams always compete hard" said Heuvelton Coach Rob Powers.

"Its back to practice tomorrow to get ready for Morristown."

Kitty Arcadi scored eight points for St. Regis Falls followed by Leah Walker (4), Waisie Hastings (3), Carlista Fraser (2), Leah Wheeler (2) and Kiera Bixby (2).

In other games Norwood-Norfolk downed Colton-Pierrepont 53-28 and Malone downed Gouverneur 51-45.



Heuvelton Central School joined the state-wide move to thank officials before its Girls Basketball Game with St. Regis Falls. From left are: St. Regis Falls players Carley Walker, Emily Arcadi and Rhea Work, St. Regis Coach Wilbur Bailey, Heuvelton players Shylynn Dixon, Marva Ford and Katy Cunningham and Heuvelton Coaches Rob Powers and Austin Weakfall. In front are officials Stu Legacy and Rae Johnson. (Dave Steele Photo)


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