Lady Dogs fall to Longhorns


February 14, 2020

Ella Owen goes up for a rebound vs. Wibaux at home on February 8.

The CCHS Lady Bulldogs handed the Lady Eagles a 36-point loss last Friday night in Northern Cheyenne. The Eagles are currently in third place in the conference, while CCHS currently sits in fourth with one weekend's worth of games to go before the start of the District 4C Tournament.

The Dogs attempted 18 more field goals than the Eagles and shot a better percentage (39 percent compared to 21 percent) in the contest. They out-rebounded Northern Cheyenne, 42-24, and had ten fewer turnovers. Kenzie Tooke led CCHS in rebounds with 8, 4 of which were on the offensive end, while Heather LaBree l...

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