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Grafton tops Trinity 63-49 behind Horne’s 39-point outing

MORGANTOWN — The primary quarter went very well for the Trinity Christian women’ basketball crew towards Grafton Saturday night time. The whole lot after that, nonetheless, not a lot.

The Warriors (2-2) led 14-7 over the Bearcats after the primary body on the Imaginative and prescient Houses Invitational, however Grafton outscored its host 44-12 over the second and third quarters.

“What we attempt to do as a crew is be cohesive and have most effort and we’re shedding that when issues don’t go our manner,” Trinity coach Mike Baldy stated. “We stopped scoring and we stopped enjoying good on protection.”

Grafton’s Hadley Horne took over the sport within the center quarters, scoring 26 of her game-high 39 factors within the second and third quarters. Horne made 5 area targets within the third quarter whereas the Warriors made none.

“It’s good to be a crew of runs, however we need to be a superb crew on a regular basis,” Baldy stated. “If you’re not making pictures, it’s arduous to run the ground, it’s arduous to rim run for second-chance factors, however going to the state event is tough too, and that’s our purpose.”

Horne was supported by Kenna Kenner’s 15 factors. 

Jenna Barnett led Trinity with 21 factors, 12 of which got here within the fourth quarter, when the Warriors poured in 23 factors.

Ella Lynch added 10 factors for the Warriors.

Trinity stays at residence to host Magnolia on Wednesday.

Grafton 63, Trinity Christian 49
GRA 7 23 21 12 — 63
TCS 14 6 6 23 — 49
GRAFTON — H. Horne 15 4-5 39; Massie 1 0-0 2; Keener 6 3-6 15; Delaney 0 0-0 0; E. Johnson 0 0-0 0; Crimm 0 1-2 1; R. Horne 0 0-0 0; M. Johnson 0 0-0 0; Satterfield 1 0-0 2; Fryen 0 0-0 0; Cain 0 0-0 0; Ray 1 0-0 2; Boylen 1 0-0 2; Keene 0 0-0 0.
TRINITY (2-2) — Barnett 6 7-11 21; Lynch 4 0-0 10; Moore 1 6-6 9; Conn 0 0-0 0; Kurilko 1 0-0 2; Deal 0 0-0 0; Fisher 0 2-2 2; Blake 1 0-0 2; Flecker 1 1-2 3; Dinkel 0 0-0 0; Lohmann 0 0-0 0; Stinoski 0 0-0 0.
3-Pt. Objectives — Graftno 5 (H. Horne 5). Trinity 5 (Barnett 2, Lynch 2, Moore 1).

Preston 56, Riverside 47

KINGWOOD — The Knights continued a robust begin to the season with a 56-47 win over Riverside Saturday afternoon of their home-opener.

Preston (3-1) jumped out to a double-digit lead within the second quarter, however foul bother allowed Riverside (0-1) to return again and take a one-point lead. Preston retook management after halftime, however the Warriors trailed by simply 4 factors with three minutes to play.

With three gamers fouled out and several other women enjoying out of place, the Knights had been capable of stretch their lead again out to 9 factors and grasp on for the victory.

Ella White as soon as once more led Preston in scoring with 22 factors. Kendra Nazelrod supplied prime help with 12 whereas Bella Miller added 9. Ava Bishop completed with seven factors and 11 rebounds.

Laila Campbell led Riverside with 18 factors.

Preston travels to play Elkins on Tuesday.

Preston 56, Riverside 47
RIV 14 12 10 11 — 47
PHS 18 7 19 12 — 56
RIVERSIDE (0-1) — Bave 1 0-2 2. Corridor 1 0-0 2. Banks 0 2-3 2. Campbell 4 6-8 18. Roop 3 2-2 9. Hamm 0 0-0 0. Ward 2 1-4 5. Johnson 0 0-0 0. Starsick 1 7-14 9. Groom 0 0-2 0. Cooper 0 0-0 0.
PRESTON (3-1) — Simmons 0 0-0 0. Metheny 0 0-0 0. Wilson 1 0-2 2. Wimer 0 0-0 0. Miller 3 1-3 9. Wolfe 0 0-2 0. White 5 9-15 22. Nazelrod 4 4-6 12. Sypolt 0 0-0 0. Bishop  3 1-7 7. Zuchowski 2 1-2 6.  
3-Pt. Objectives — Riverside 5 (Campbel 4, Roop 1). Preston 4 (White 2, Miller 1, Zuchowski 1).