Lady Indians rally to knock off WCH

Dean leads way with game-high 21 points

By Chris Hoppes - [email protected]

Gracie Dean scored a game-high 21 points to lead the Hillsboro Lady Indians to a 44-39 Frontier Athletic Conference victory Wednesday, Dec. 2 against the visiting Washington Lady Blue Lions.

Eend Edenfield was also in double figures for Hillsboro with 12 points.

Senior Emily Semler led the Lady Lions with 10 points.

Senior Mallory Hicks, junior Aaralyne Estep and sophomore Allie Mongold each scored nine points and freshman Addie Shiltz scored two.

Semler and Mongold each had one three-point field goal for Washington.

Washington came out strong and took a 10-4 lead at the end of the first quarter.

By the end of the first half, Washington held a 23-22 lead.

Both teams scored 10 points in the third quarter to put the score at 33-32 with eight minutes remaining.

Hillsboro doubled up on Washington, 12-6, in the final quarter for the ending score of 44-39.


W 10 13 10 6 — 39

H 4 18 10 12 — 44

WASHINGTON — Emily Semler 3 (1)-1-10; Aaralyne Estep 4-1-9; Allie Mongold 2 (1)-2-9; Mallory Hicks 3-3-9; Megan Sever 0-0-0; Calleigh Wead-Salmi 0-0-0; Addie Shiltz 1-0-2. TOTALS — 13 (1)-7-39. Free throw shooting: 7 of 10 for 70 percent. Three-point field goals: Semler, Mongold.

HILLSBORO — Dean 5 (1)-8-21; Scott 2-0-4; Roberts 0-0-0; Edenfield 5-2-12; Bell 1-1-3; Barney 1-2-4; Moberly 0-0-0. TOTALS — 14 (1)-13-44. Free throw shooting: 13 of 18 for 72 percent. Three-point field goal: Dean.

Hillsboro wins j-v game with Washington

In the junior-varsity gam, Hillsboro won, 33-15.

Haven Long led Hillsboro with nine points and Maddie Taylor scored six.

For Washington, Addie Shiltz and Calleigh Wead-Salmi led, each with six points.

Kaithlyn Maquilling scored two points and Lilly Shaw scored one.
Dean leads way with game-high 21 points

By Chris Hoppes

[email protected]