1A Roundup: Coleville girls split week
The Coleville “Lady Wolves” gained a weekend split to remain in a first place tie with Mineral County.
Coleville stumbled Friday night in Smith Valley with the Lady Bulldogs winning 33-32.
“We didn’t come out with much focus or desire and were outplayed by Smith Valley for most of the game,” Coleville coach Will Sandy said. “We were probably lucky we didn’t lose by much more.”
Elizabeth Pierce led all scorers with 12 points and grabbed seven rebounds in the losing effort.
Lela Gnuse also reached double digits in scoring with 10 points, grabbed nine rebounds and had five steals. McKenzie Stokes added six points for Coleville.
Having been embarrassed the night before, Coleville took it out on the visiting Virginia City Muckers with a dominating 48-26 victory.
Seniors Lela Gnuse (16 points, six rebounds and five steals) and Elizabeth Pierce (15 points, three rebounds, and three assists) led the assault.
McKenzie Stokes had a team high four assists and added five points.
McKayla Stokes led Coleville in steals with seven and scored six points in a balanced performance.
Tori Park scored four points and Daniela Sandoval scored two points to round out the scoring.
“Friday night served as a “Wake-up Call” for us. I was very happy with the way the girls responded. We played very well on defense neutralizing Virginia City’s strong post game and did an outstanding job offensively,” commented Coach Sandy.
The Coleville girls end the weekend 4-1 in league and 9-4 overall. Coleville travels to Mineral County on Saturday for a first place showdown.