WESTSIDE - Ridge View coach Ken Slater said his girls showed improvement in many areas against a highly ranked 1A school in Ar-We-Va in girls' basketball action here on Tuesday in a game won by the home team, 67-44.
Slater said that Ar-We-Va has a well-rounded team with a tough inside-out game that made it tough defensively on the Raptors, and "they also got out and ran on us and we didn't do a good job in defensive transition."
On the positive side, said Slater, "we took care of the ball better and executed our offense much better than we had in the previous games."
The coach stated that It was also great to see Jadyn Mohr find her groove shooting, and he felt that Nicole Snyder continued to give the Raptors some offensive production and played a good all-round game.
Snyder scored 17 points to lead the Raptors, Kaitlin Wulf added 11 points, and Jadyn Mohr's 10 points represented a career high for the sophomore.
The Raptors are now 1-5 on the season and take on South Central Calhoun (2-2) in Lake City tonight..