Close game for Lady Scots

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Close game for Lady Scots

Sophomore Vianka Adamovitch dribbles around her opponent, trying to shoot a basket for Carlmont.

Sophomore Vianka Adamovitch dribbles around her opponent, trying to shoot a basket for Carlmont.

Sophomore Vianka Adamovitch dribbles around her opponent, trying to shoot a basket for Carlmont.

Sophomore Vianka Adamovitch dribbles around her opponent, trying to shoot a basket for Carlmont.


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The Girls Frosh-Soph Basketball saw a 35-32 loss in a close game against Notre Dame High School Tuesday night.

It was their fourth preseason game, but the wins and losses are still vital for their total record.

Sophomore Vianka Adamovitch dribbles around her opponent, trying to shoot a basket for Carlmont.

Sophomore Vianka Adamovitch dribbles around her opponent, trying to shoot a basket for Carlmont.

Carlmont High School emerged with the lead, but Notre Dame met the intense offense and defense Carlmont presented. Both teams put up strong defense, making it difficult for any of the girls to score. The quarter ended with the teams tied 7-7.

Notre Dame scored the first basket of the second quarter, putting them in the lead by two points. Freshman Mikayla Fong scored a basket for Carlmont and tied the score 9-9. The Lady Scots held their lead until the end of the second quarter and finished the first half at 17-15 Carlmont.

Early in the third quarter, sophomore Vianka Adamovitch stole the ball and made a fast break. She scored, giving Carlmont a bigger lead of 19-15.

“I loved the intensity of the game,” stated Adamovitch.

With one minute left in the third quarter, Notre Dame made a free throw, tying the game 19-19. Carlmont quickly scored two baskets and one free throw, pulling ahead with a score of 24-21.

“We plan on working on defensive assignments because we were struggling with that today,” stated Coach Eric Caslow.

The Lady Scots stepped up their defense in the fourth quarter as they fell behind 27-24. Sophomore Ahna Kay scored a basket, bringing Carlmont one point behind Notre Dame at 27-26.

“We had some trouble with communication on the court,” said freshman Erin Wise.

Notre Dame pulled away at 32-26. Sophomore Teyva Chee scored a three pointer followed by a three pointer by freshman Hannah Wright. Carlmont pushed forward, trailing behind Notre Dame at 33-32.

With six seconds left on the clock, the Lady Scots attempted to score, but Notre Dame stole the ball. The close game ended with the 35-32 loss for Carlmont, resulting in a 1-3 record.

Caslow stated, “By the end of the season, I would love to see everyone contribute and improve. If that happens, everything will fall into place.”

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