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By Trey Lunn 

Alva Ladybugs fall at Cashion in 5th place game

 

January 27, 2019

Trey Lunn

Chloe Durkee makes a three-point basket in Saturday's game versus Cashion.

Friday Afternoon

The Alva Ladybugs beat Oklahoma Christian School 63-33 to go on to the fifth-place consolation game versus Cashion.

The Ladybugs held a commanding lead for a majority of the game. Payton Jones scored a game-high 26 points followed by Acacia Charles who had 12 points in this contest. Brook Perez had a breakout game as she scored 12 points and collected 18 rebounds.

Saturday Afternoon

The Alva Ladybugs fell 46–36 versus Cashion Saturday afternoon in the Cashion Tournament. The Ladybugs were playing for fifth place in the tournament versus the Wildcats.

The first quarter of the game was a high-scoring contest as Alva led Cashion with a score of 16–15. Alva found its offense primarily from three players this quarter: Acacia Charles, who made two lay-ups in the post; followed by Payton Jones, who scored five in the quarter, all of her points coming from the foul line; and Chloe Durkee, who made a three-point basket followed by two free throws.

Trey Lunn

Acacia Charles finishes the lay-up for the Bugs in Saturday's loss versus Cashion.

The second quarter for both Alva and Cashion was a low-scoring contest. Cashion outscored Alva 8–5. The final score of the half was 23–21. Alva did not make a basket from the floor. All of Alva's points came from the free throw line as the team struggled to find the basket.

Alva's scoring struggles continued in the third period as the team only scored three points in the quarter. The team's points came from Hallie Durkee as she made a basket and was fouled and sent to the line for one opportunity; she completed the three-point play. Cashion outscored Alva in the third period 10–3.

As the game went into the fourth quarter, the third quarter struggles came back to haunt the Ladybugs as Cashion took the lead and did not surrender. Cashion outscored the Ladybugs 13–12 in the final period.

The Goldbugs will play their next game (Homecoming) at home Tuesday versus Woodward at 6:30 p.m.

 

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