LAUREL — The Cedar Catholic girls basketball team improved to 4-5
with a 10-point win over Laurel-Concord-Coleridge here Thursday.
The visitors pumped in 17 first-quarter points, while holding their host Lady Bears to just three points in the first frame to take control of the contest early.
Defense dominated in the second frame, but the girls in red managed to outscore the Lady Bears 10-5 to take a 27-8 lead into the halftime break.
LCC regrouped in the second half to outscore the visitors 17-10. The Orange and Black again put in a good showing in the final frame, outscoring Cedar 19-17, but Cedar was able to limit the rally, hanging on for 54-44 win.
Cedar was led in the contest by freshman Makenna Noecker’s 22-point effort.
Brynn and Aiden Wortmann also hit for double figures in the contest. Brynn sunk 12 points, while Aiden hit for 10 in the game.
LCC was led on offense in the game by Kinsey Hall, who dropped in a team-high 17 points. Delaney Ehlers also hit for double figures with 11.
LCC 3 5 17 19 — 44 Cedar 17 10 10 17 — 54
LCC - Kinsey Hall, 17; Delaney Ehlers, 11; M Forsberg, 9; Erica Wolfgram, 7. Cedar - Makenna Noecker, 22; Brynn Wortmann, 12; Aiden Wortmann, 10; Abby Hochstein, 5; Megan Heimes, 3; Laney Kathol, 2.