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Scrappy Ravens pull out win over Raiders

 

     Tuesday, January 17th, the Lady Ravens basketball team headed over to SMS to face the Raiders. The game started off slow with the Ravens trailing the Raiders first quarter. Throughout the first half Riley Wade had multiple drives to the basket opening up the lead for the Ravens. Pulling ahead the Ravens ended the first half 19-14. Starting the second half of strong the Ravens were able to get multiple steals and force the Raiders into multiple fouls for free throw opportunities.  Ending the 3rd quarter with an even larger lead of 40-30. At the top of the 4th quarter, the Raiders brought the heat and began to close the score gap. With Liz Thomas putting in the effort she was able to make multiple free throws, to put the Ravens up with a 55-45 win. The girls gave a ton of effort and were able to work on passing around the Raider defense. Make sure to wish the Lady Ravens luck this Friday night against Shlagel!

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