Douglas girls rally for win |

Douglas girls rally for win

Tiger Hannah Carr drives the baseline against a stingy Galena squad Friday night at home. Carr scored 20 points for Douglas in its 43-42 win.
Brad Coman |


Sierra League

Manogue 10-0 1.000 -

Douglas 4-6 .400 6

Carson 4-6 .400 6

Damonte 3-7 .300 7

Galena 2-8 .200 8

Wooster 1-9 .100 9

Jan. 20 scores:

Douglas 43, Galena 42

Carson 44, Wooster 21

Bishop Manogue 76, Damonte Ranch 20

High Desert League

Reno 9-1 .900 -

Spanish Springs 8-2 .800 1

McQueen 8-2 .800 1

Reed 7-3 .700 2

No. Valleys 4-6 .400 5

Hug 0-10 .000 9

Jan. 20 scores:

Reno 61, Spanish Springs 40

Reed 78, Hug 25

McQueen 49, North Valleys 31

Hannah Carr scored 14 of her game-high 20 points in the second half Friday night to help Douglas rally for an important 43-42 winter homecoming victory against Galena at Randy Green Court.

Douglas (4-6 league, 6-12 overall) trailed by as many as 10 points in the third quarter, however, the Tigers mounted a comeback to remain in a tie for second-place with Carson in the Sierra League.

Rebounding was ultimately the difference for the Tigers, who grabbed 38 rebounds, 19 of which came on the offensive end. Eleven of those offensive rebounds came after halftime, often giving the Tigers two and three shots at the basket.

Carr had a double-double with 12 rebounds (eight offensive) to go with her 20 points. The 5-foot-11 sophomore scored seven in the fourth quarter, including a layup that gave the Tigers a 42-38 lead with 1:45 to go.

Madi Smalley scored six points in the fourth quarter and finished with nine for the night.

Galena (3-7, 6-11) led 23-14 at halftime and 30-20 after Jose Peck scored on a layup with 3:05 left in the third quarter. Carr converted a three-point play and Taylynn Kizer drained a 3-pointer, assisted by Molly Coverley, to spark a rally that brought the Tigers to within 32-28 at the end of three quarters. Hailey Hughes scored on a layup, assisted by Smalley, to put the Tigers on top, 37-36 with 5:22 left.

Peck led the Grizzlies with 13 points, including three 3-pointers in the first half. Kristin Farrell also scored 12 for the Grizzlies, including a pair of 3-pointers in the second quarter.