Aggressive Lady Rams get by Deer Park counterparts

Riverside's Olivia Willis (14) and Kendrah Shenefelt put a double team on Deer Park's Jael Guske during last night's Northeast A League match-up
Staff Writer

The Riverside girls basketball team, relying on an aggressive defense, had an answer for every Deer Park offensive surge as the Lady Rams prevailed 34-22 last night.
The win improved Riverside's Northeast A League record to 6-2 and kept them all alone in second place. Deer Park fell to 1-7.
The Lady Rams, who never trailed in the game, opened up a 13-4 lead early in the second quarter on a Sierra Jackson basket. Deer Park, however, battled back and trimmed the margin to 15-11 on a Jillian Widman basket. Riverside regrouped and led 18-11 at halftime and stretched the margin early in the third quarter on a Julianna Trepanier three-pointer.
Neither team could generate much offense in the rest of the quarter as Riverside led 22-15 with eight minutes to play.
A Shelby Keller basket trimmed the Riverside lead to 22-17. It would be the closest the Lady Stags got the rest of the way as the Lady Rams went on a 10-0 run, highlighted by another Trepanier long-range basket and a pair of free throws from Kendrah Shenefelt.
The Lady Rams will host Newport (5-3) at 5:45 p.m. on Friday while the Lady Stags head home at the same time to host Colville (1-7).


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