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Southeast Valley Host Roland-Story

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On Monday, January 7th, the Southeast Valley Girls hosted Roland-Story in the Gowrie gym. Cold shooting plagued the Jaguars in the first half. The girls entered the locker room trailing 12-28. The Jags battled in the third quarter, scoring 11 points and holding Roland-Story to 10 points. Despite a hard fought effort outscoring Roland-Story  14 - 9 in the fourth quarter, it was not enough climb out of the hole the Jags put themselves in. Despite being down by as much as 18 in the second half, the girls never gave up, and dug deep, to fight their way back into the game. The Jaguar girls put on a true display of character and strength. a testament of the “will” each and every one of these ladies hold inside themselves. This is a quality ingredient needed to find success in real life, a lesson that goes far beyond the basketball floor. Southeast Valley basketball should be proud to know if they have the choice to fail or fight, they will fight. When these ladies are done playing the game of basketball, their “fight” remains;  driving them to achieve in life.

Jaynie Ferrari went to work for the Jaguars, leading the offense with 9 points. Ferrari ripped down 8 boards and dished 3 assists. Kenzie Crampton fought in the paint resulting in 7 points and 6 boards. Mady Jaeschke scored a solid 6 points, including the only three-pointer of the game for the Jags. Emily Jaeschke gathered 5 points from the line. Morgan Castenson and Kasey Lundberg added 4 points apiece for the Jags. Cassi Berglund drained a jump-shot to finish the contest with 2 points. M Jaeschke and Castenson secured 7 rebounds apiece. Lundberg, Castenson, and E. Jaeschke hustled for 3 steals each. Castenson recorded 4 assists and Lundberg dished her teammates 2 assists.

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