Photo by Andrew Ottoson
Grangeville's Molly DeFord scored one basket -- a long jump shot that cemented an early lead during a 47-27 win over McCall Friday night, Dec. 1. She also contributed to a defensive effort that hassled McCall numerous turnovers in the contest, which GHS led from start to finish.
As of Friday, December 1, 2017
GRANGEVILLE Having beaten McCall on the road last month, the GHS girls improved to 3-3 overall with a 47-27 triumph in the second game of their home-and-home with the Vandals. Paige Lindsley scored a team-high 16 points and three other Bulldogs finished one basket shy of double-digits: Colby Canaday (9), Makayla Roberts (8) and Mikayla Ruzicka (8).
Grangeville led 12-1 on a long jump shot by Molly DeFord, extended the lead to 15 by halftime. When McCall cut the growing lead down to 10 at 17-7, Lindsley's jumper kept the outcome utterly out of reach.
Coming - The Grangeville girls are next in action hosting Logos on Dec. 5.