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Girls basketball: Warrenton puts the clamps on Catlin Gabel, 51-18

The Daily Astorian

Published on January 2, 2018 12:01AM

Last changed on January 2, 2018 11:44PM

Colin Murphey/The Daily AstorianTyla Little lays the ball in for Warrenton during their game against Catlin Gabel.

Colin Murphey/The Daily AstorianTyla Little lays the ball in for Warrenton during their game against Catlin Gabel.

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WARRENTON — Two teams headed in opposite directions met on the court Tuesday night, as Warrenton hosted Catlin Gabel in a Lewis & Clark League girls basketball game.

Winners of three straight coming in, the Lady Warriors won their fourth in a row, with Warrenton posting a 51-18 victory over Catlin Gabel. After winning their first six games, the Eagles have now lost five in a row.

Fernanda Alvarez scored 13 points for Warrenton, which put up a whopping 77 shots from the field, making 18. The Warriors were 3-for-28 from the 3-point line.

Defensively, Warrenton was relentless, as the Warriors applied full court pressure for nearly the entire game and forced 48 turnovers.

Catlin Gabel had a rough night from the field, finishing 6-of-32.

The Warriors led 11-6 after one quarter, and turned their five-point lead into a 31-8 advantage by halftime, highlighted by a 17-0 run.

Tyla Little scored 12 points, Maria Heyen added 11 points off the bench, and Morgan Blodgett finished with 10.

Warrenton hosts Oregon Episcopal Friday.



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