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Saturday, October 1, 2022

Jr Lady Bulldogs Fall Twice But Growling For Better

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After having their last six games canceled due to Covid protocol, other teams might have buckled under the weight of such a disadvantage. The Waldron Jr Lady Bulldogs, on the other hand, strapped on their big girl pants and said bring it on! They spent every day of the two-week hiatus building up their basketball knowledge and strengthening their skills in preparation for their big comeback on December 14th. The Jr Lady Tigers played better in their match against the Mulberry Lady Yellowjackets than most teams would have who had sat cold for twelve days. The outcome of the game wasn’t in the Lady Bulldogs’ favor, but with a single point loss in a final score of 24-23 Mulberry, everyone saw a vast improvement. Two particular players stepped up big scoring 17 of Waldrons points. Katie Stringer led in scoring with 10 followed closely by Reagan Adams with 7.

On the next night, December 15, Waldron hosted the Danville Jr Lady Little Johns. With a slip from their achievement in their previous game, Waldron fell 23-9 to Danville. The loss wasn’t a total downer though as the Jr Lady Bulldogs played in tip-top shape defensively keeping Danville from having the opportunity to run away with the score as they have against other opponents. Jumping in offensively with 2 points apiece were Reagan Adams, Katie Stringer, Daileigh Hunt, and Kayle Redmon. To wrap up gameplay before enjoying Christmas Break, the Jr Lady Bulldogs will host the Lavaca Jr Lady Golden Arrows on Monday, December 21. Waldron will go into this match with a 3-3 total season play record.

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