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Tuesday, February 4, 2014

GBB 2014-01-31 Shorecrest

Friday night it was just JV and Varsity as Oak Harbor took on the Shorecrest Scots.

The JV game was a study in contrasts.  Oak Harbor jumped to a 7-0 first quarter lead and held a 13-6 advantage going into the half.  The two teams played even in the 3rd quarter, ending with OH leading 23-16.

That's when it got bad.  Oak Harbor's shooting went cold, scoring only 2 points in the quarter while Shorecrest scored 11.  What's really irksome is an error by the officials.  Shorecrest scored with 15.2 seconds left on the clock to take the lead 26-25.  Coach Collins attempted to call a time out, but not one of the three officials was looking at the benches for possible time out requests.  As a result, the ball was put into play and got all the way to half court.  By this time coach Collins was out on the court trying to get the attention of an official to get a time out.  Since he was out on the court during play, he was hit with a Technical Foul.  Now the clock was down to 10.3 seconds and Shorecrest was going to get two free throws and the ball back.  The Scots sank only one free throw, to make it 27-25.

Oak Harbor was able to deflect the inbounds pass off a Shorecrest player, and now OH would get the ball, but now with only 9.9 seconds left.  A 3-point attempt and the try to put it back up from under the next were unsuccessful and the Wildcats fell 27-25 in a game that will leave a bad taste in everyone.

Rosie Mooki led the team with 10 points, JP finished with 5, Brook Peplinski scored 4, along with RG, and Lexi Jones scored 2.

In Varsity action, the Wildcat were outmatched by the 14-4 Scots and fell 65-36.

Jinai Guzman scored 10 for the Wildcats, while Jamie Estrella and Joanna Leete each scored 6.  Julie Jansen finished with 5, Hayley Lundstrom and Bryn Langrock 3 each, Courtney Triplett 2 and Liz Lym 1.

The girls play Tuesday night at Pilchuck before winding up the season at home for Senior Night against Marysville Getchell on Thursday the 6th.  Playing their last game as a Wildcat will be Courtney Triplett, Jamie Estrella, Natalie Fiallos, Liz Lym and Joanna Leete.  Come to the game and give these girls the sendoff they deserve.

JV photos are posted HERE.

Varsity photos are HERE

JV and Varsity video highlights are HERE.


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