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February 5, 2014

NEW WAVERLY BASKETBALL — Lady Dogs win big against Trinity

NEW WAVERLY — The Lady Bulldogs dominated Trinity 69-29 in their home finale Tuesday night.

Ashley Parks led the way with 31 points and Ashlyn Reyna chipped in 11 points for New Waverly. The win was never in doubt for the Lady Bulldogs, who led 29-14 at halftime. New Waverly started the third quarter on a 10-1 run led by swarming defense and easy buckets from Parks and Reyna.

Parks scored the first six points of the second half before Reyna got Lizzie Allen involved with a layup.

Trinity struggled against New Waverly’s full court pressure and gave up three consecutive possessions to the Lady Bulldogs.

Reagan Tremie and Essence Hall also scored in the Lady Bulldogs run to help keep Trinity at bay.

The Lady Tigers did manage to make a run toward the end of the quarter. Despite New Waverly’s start to the half, Trinity was only outscored 17-10 in the third quarter. But most of the damage was already done.

By the start of the fourth quarter, New Waverly had extended its lead from 15 points to 22 points and didn’t stop there.

Morgan Schultz put up back-to-back buckets to get the Lady Dogs going in the fourth quarter.

Schultz finished the night with eight points. Hall added five points, Lizzie Allen contributed four points.

The win improved New Waverly’s record to 9-5 in District 24-2A. New Waverly went into Tuesday night’s game in a three-way tie with Onalaska and Anderson-Shiro for second place in the district.

Anderson-Shiro also won big Tuesday night against Hempstead by a score of 49-25.

Onalaska just barely made it past Centerville on Tuesday night with a 42-38 victory.

The Lady Dogs lost both meetings with Onalaska during the season and split two games against Anderson-Shiro.

Onalaska won both games against Anderson-Shiro this season.

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