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Rider girls win, boys stopped

January 16th, 2013 - 8:51pm

hrider girls took a 57-27 win from Kingston in Olympic League basketball action, but the boys suffered a 61-37 loss at Kingston in their quest to move up a notch in the standings.

GIRLS - Port Angeles sped off to an 8-0 lead and were never headed as they throttled the Buccaneers with solid defense.

The Riders let Kingston hang around, leading 13-11 and then 21-17 at the half, but then the girls turned on the offense as well as the defense to record the lopsided win.

PA had a 20-8 third period advantage and the defense allowed just 16 points in the last three quarters.

Mariah Frazier had 16, Macy Walker 14, Bailee Jones 11 and Maddy Hinrichs had 10. Kate Carper had 14 for Kingston, 12 at the half.

PA is now 10-0 in league and hosts Klahowya Friday.

BOYS - Coach Brent Stephens said the Riders did not do the things they have done the last three games and Kingston sped away to a 61-37 win.

The Bucs led 35-10 at halftime and pretty much decided the game, even though the Riders had a 14-8 third period advantage.

The loss drops the Riders to 2-8 in league play, five games from the 5th and final district spot. The Riders go to Klahowya Friday.

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