Freshman girls share Sierra League title with Reno

The Douglas freshman girls' basketball team finished the season Friday with a big 53-11 win over Wooster, clinching a share of the Sierra League title.

Douglas had nine players put points on the board in the win, led by Ally Freitas with eight points.

Megan Michitarian, Edna Meza and Melissa Brown each scored seven points and Jessica Gorton and Taryn Williams each put up six points.

With the win, Douglas finished the season with a 13-1 record in league play and a 22-3 record overall, winning their last 11 games.

Team members included Michitarian, Maci Pfaffenberger, Meza, Brown, Stephanie Harper, Gorton, Niki Hamzik, Helen Fillmore, Taryn Williams, Danyelle Heidt, Kylie Gemmell and Freitas. Joanna Melara managed the team and Rich Richardson was an assistant coach.


Douglas finished the season off on a winning note, beating Wooster 59-19 to finish 10-4 in league play.

Michelle Richardson scored 17 points and 12 rebounds, Katie Buffo scored 14 and had six steals, Jamie Greer scored eight points and Jamie Henry and Sarah Phillips each scored six points.

Jaclyn Neddenriep had five points and brought down eight rebounds and Amanda Gangwish scored three points.


Douglas blasted Wooster 70-51 Friday night to close out its season with a 15-8 record overall and 10-4 in Sierra League play.

Kyle Heidt led the team with 11 points and Ross Bertelone, Ryan McPeek and Drew Hamlett scored 10 points each.

Herman Fillmore, Nate Imelli, Drew Hughes and Shawn Hall each scored six points, Robert Dykes scored three and Miles Burgess scored two.


Douglas beat up on Wooster, winning 63-43 Friday night.

The Tigers had a 21-6 third quarter to take control of the game.

Tanner Thomas scored 15 points to go with two blocks, three rebounds and one steal and Cale Pete scored 14 points and had nine rebounds.

Marshall Jessup scored eight points and hit 6-of-6 from the free-throw line. Lonny Walsh added six points.

, Tyler Hoelzen and Brad Boyd each scored five, Nick Nalder scored four and Tim Rudnick added three. Nick Hales put up two points to round out the Tigers' scoring.


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