Demon JV girls fall to Williamsburg
A poor second quarter proved costly for the Washington junior varsity girls’ basketball team in its game with Williamsburg on Thursday.
The Demons led 8-3 after one quarter of play, but were outscored 15-6 in the second frame. The Raiders led 18-14 at halftime, and went on to defeat Washington 40-31.
“We just went dead,” Washington head coach Jay Zieglowsky said of the second quarter. “We did not come out and play with any intensity at the beginning of the game. In the second quarter we had some breakdowns in our press that gave them some easy buckets. We just have to do our assignments.”
Junior Grace Redlinger scored 11 points to lead the Demons (2-2), and she also had seven steals and four rebounds. Sophomore Sydney Hoffman added seven points and five rebounds, and junior Addie Shive had four points and five boards. Junior Dema Giardino and sophomores Dylann Schluetter, Makenna Goodwin and Rachael Hall each chipped in two points each, and sophomore Jordan Stout scored one point. Goodwin also grabbed four rebounds in the contest. Giardino had three steals, and Hall had a pair of thefts.
“We did some good things. We did some poor things. We’ve just got to keep working on getting better,” Zieglowsky said.