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December 12, 2012

CHS goes to 3-3 with win over Bulldogs

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VELMA-ALMA 67 WILSON 29

Sometimes the best way to get your confidence back, is to have a balanced scoring attack.

That’s exactly what the Velma-Alma Lady Comets got Tuesday night as three players scored in double figures to help break a two game losing streak and give V-A a 67-29 win.

“We had a lot of people scoring, which was good for our confidence,” V-A coach Jerry Garrett said. “This was a total team effort and we did a bunch of things right against Wilson.”

Wilson only managed double digit points in the third quarter, as the Lady Comets held a 36-8 lead at halftime, before making it 48-20 at the end of the third.

Leading the scoring for the Lady Comets (3-3) was Samantha Moore with 18 points followed by Teddi Southerland and Kylee Saville who each scored 13 points.

HEALDTON 61 COMANCHE 38

Comanche will be glad to not see Healdton on the schedule anymore this season.

For the second time in less than five days, the Healdton Lady Bulldogs got another victory over the Lady Indians (1-4), this time by a 61-38 margin.

Healdton claimed a 55-41 win over CHS in the consolation championship of the Bullet Energy Comet Classic last Saturday in Velma.

Despite being even after one quarter at 12-12, the Lady Bulldogs pulled away with a 14-5 run in the second, giving them a 26-17 lead going into halftime, before extending the lead to 46-27 going into the third quarter.

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