Lady Wolves stay competitive

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Laney Dungey (14) and Rigan McInerney (24) trys to stop Taylar Braden from making a shot.

On Thursday, the Lady Wolves took on the Sundance Bulldogs. The game was up and down during the first half, with neither team able to pull away.

Sundance took a 22-18 lead into the half. The third quarter was much of the same thing, but Sundance was able to pull away in the fourth quarter for a 53-36 win.

I thought we played well through three quarters and didn’t shoot it well in the fourth. Some turnovers and them converting made the d

Tacey Fischbach (3), Hailey Jones (23) and Sydnee Williams (24) play strong defense against Sundances Teila McInerney (11).

ifference in the game. I liked how we played and competed, we just need to put a complete game together.


On Saturday, the Lady Wolves traveled to Tongue River to take on the Eagles. Moorcroft got out to an early hot start, hitting five three pointers in the first quarter, and didn’t look back, winning the game, 63-45.

I was very impressed with the attitude and readiness that the girls brought to this game right away. Defensively, we did a good job of finding their shooters, rebounding, communicating and making our rotations effectively.

Offensively, getting stops on the defensive end, pushing the ball, being patient and finding open shooters was the key to our scoring. We really needed the win to stay competitive in our conference and the girls absolutely responded.

The Lady Wolves finish the regular season at home against Wright on Friday night and Big Horn on Saturday, which is also Senior Night. Come out and support your Moorcroft Wolves!