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Ridge View girls win basketball opener

Friday, November 27, 2009

HOLSTEIN - The newly-formed Ridge View Raptors girls basketball team, a combination of the Galva-Holstein and Schaller-Crestland programs, broke into their inaugural season here Tuesday night with a resounding 60-37 victory over West Monona.

The Clayton sisters led Ridge View, with Chelsea scoring 22 points, and Egypt tallying 21. They also dominated on the boards, each snagging 10 rebounds, while Victoria Andresen grabbed six, Sydney Shell five, and Emily Schiernbeck three. Schiernbeck scored eight points.

The winners sank 26-62 field goals in the game for 42 percent, and cashed in 10-22 free throws.

Egypt Clayton led the Raptors in assists with seven, and Chelsea Clayton totaled seven steals to lead that department. Brea Slaybaugh and Schiernbeck each tallied five steals.

"This was a good win to start off our new season," said first-year Ridge View coach Lindsay DeHaan. "The girls really came out and played as a team. I think our bench did an outstanding job coming into the game and keeping a high level of intensity, which led to a lot of steals and fastbreak lay-ups for us."

Ridge View plays at Aurelia Monday, and hosts East Sac County in Schaller Tuesday.

Ridge View girls win basketball opener

HOLSTEIN - The newly-formed Ridge View Raptors girls basketball team, a combination of the Galva-Holstein and Schaller-Crestland programs, broke into their inaugural season here Tuesday night with a resounding 60-37 victory over West Monona.

The Clayton sisters led Ridge View, with Chelsea scoring 22 points, and Egypt tallying 21. They also dominated on the boards, each snagging 10 rebounds, while Victoria Andresen grabbed six, Sydney Shell five, and Emily Schiernbeck three. Schiernbeck scored eight points.

The winners sank 26-62 field goals in the game for 42 percent, and cashed in 10-22 free throws.

Egypt Clayton led the Raptors in assists with seven, and Chelsea Clayton totaled seven steals to lead that department. Brea Slaybaugh and Schiernbeck each tallied five steals.

"This was a good win to start off our new season," said first-year Ridge View coach Lindsay DeHaan. "The girls really came out and played as a team. I think our bench did an outstanding job coming into the game and keeping a high level of intensity, which led to a lot of steals and fastbreak lay-ups for us."

Ridge View plays at Aurelia Monday, and hosts East Sac County in Schaller Tuesday.



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