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Tuesday, December 8, 2015

GBB 2015-12-07 vs Squalicum

by David Svien

Bryn Langrock couldn't miss.

The Oak Harbor High School gunner went wild in the third quarter Monday, Dec. 7., hitting three-point bombs at the start, middle and tail end of the eight-minute span, lifting her hoops squad to a 48-40 win over visiting Squalicum.

Langrock finished with a team-high 12 as the Wildcat girls improved to 2-1 on the young season.

Oak Harbor put the game away with a 21-point explosion in the third, but actually kick-started things with a solid second quarter. In the middle two periods, the 'Cats went on a 36-18 run.

Going into the fourth, the Wildcats had their biggest lead of the night at 42-23, before letting the Storm back in the game a bit.

Squalicum used a 12-1 surge to get the lead down to seven, but then went cold and failed to score another point in the final minute-and-a-half of the game.

The Wildcats beat the Storm on the boards (36-28) and held their foes to just 22 percent (14-63) shooting from the floor.

Rashanna Graham tossed in nine points in support of Langrock, while Julie Jansen (7), Deja Bunch (6), Janae Payne (6), Matti Miesle (4) and AnnaBelle Whitefoot (4) rounded out the scoring stats.

JV:Take away the first quarter and the Wildcats put up a fight.

The final three quarters were a 30-28 battle in favor of Squalicum, but a 15-0 first quarter doomed Oak Harbor in what became a 45-28 loss.

Samantha Hines led the 'Cats with eight points, while Jaden Jesus tossed in seven and Alisha Wilson banked home six. Hannah Taylor (4), Jordan Wood-Pina (2) and Kayla Roy (1) rounded out the scorers.


Up and down all night.

Strong first and third quarters were blunted by scoreless runs in the second and fourth as the Wildcat freshmen fell 25-13.

Miranda Wilson knocked down seven to pace Oak Harbor, while Rosa Simplicicino dropped in four and Piper Fisher hit a bucket.

Photos from the varsity game are posted HERE

JV photos are HERE

Click HERE for Freshman team pics


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