Lady Outlaws finish strong against DGS

News-Argus Staff

Roy-Winifred freshman Dyauni Boyce makes a save on the baseline as DGS’s Skyler Miller and the referee look on during 8C action Thursday.
Photo by Jacques Rutten

The girls from Roy-Winifred started slow but finished with a flurry of baskets on Thursday to earn a 43-15 win over the Denton-Geyser-Stanford Bearcats.
Good defense at tournament time has been one of the keys to success for Roy-Winifred over the years, and that was no different on Thursday as the Lady Outlaws held their opponents to just one basket in the first and third periods.
Most of the scoring for the Lady Bearcats came from senior Kyra Randel who got her team on the board with a long three-pointer late in the first and then hit another one midway through the second before adding a deuce to get her team within four, 12-8, with just over two minutes to play. DGS’s Julia Grubb closed the gap to three with a free throw just before the half, but that was as close as the Bearcats would get.
A string of baskets from Keyara Bahnmiller, Lorianne Stulc and a three pointer from Kaylie Carlstrom began a 29-6 second half run for the Lady Outlaws. 
Stulc and Bahnmiller each finished with 10 points to lead Roy-Winifred. Cassie Smith and Dyauni Boyce had six points each, Jada Goettlich scored 5, Carlstrom had four and Olivia Geer finished with two. 
Randel led the Bearcats with eight, followed by Julia Grubb with three, Sydney Von Bergen with two and Adie Woohdhall and Mariah Schott with one each.
The victory propelled Roy-Winifred into a Friday semifinal game with Winnett-Grass Range.



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