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Defense, ball control give Lady Cougars home win


Andrew Christiansen

KEEP AWAY: Marissa Lacock looks for an inside pass against the Bruins.

Quickness helped produce a win for the Lyle-Wishram girls in their first full game action last Friday as they defeated the Columbia-White Salmon JV girls 46-33. Lacy Carse had 12 steals in the game to help the Lady Cougars with a 26-8 edge in steals. Suzanne McConville was the top scorer for the Cougars with 14 points. Austrian exchange student, Jacqueline Diedorfer had 12 rebounds for Lyle-Wishram.

The game started slowly for both teams with the Bruins leading 7-3 at the end of the first quarter. Perhaps showing early season jitters, the Cougars had their worst quarter of the game with nine turnovers. However, they quickly made the game of turnovers swing in their favor with a 3-11 edge...

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