Girls Put Up Fight Against Earlham, Lose Close One

Denali Loecker blocks a shot.

HAPPY JAC

The Ogden Lady Bulldogs' second round game was against a familiar foe. The Lady Bulldogs traveled to Earlham to face the Cardinals on Tuesday night. The game got off to a slow start for Ogden, losing the first quarter 11 to 4. Ogden woke up in the second quarter and cut Earlham’s lead to three at half. The Bulldogs continued their strong play, taking a two-point lead into the fourth. Earlham fought back and won the game 52 to 49, ending Ogden’s season. 

The Lady Bulldogs got strong games from Ashton Boggess and Meredith Adreon. Ashton led the Bulldogs with 15 points. Boggess added five rebounds and three assists. Meredith Adreon scored 12 points and chipped in four assists. Abby Langel chipped in eight points of her own. Gabby Ross came off the bench and added six points and eight rebounds. Allea Klauenberg chipped in four points, three rebounds, and a pair of steals. Denali Loecker and Faith Mohr added two points, but both contributed other ways. Loecker led Ogden in rebounds with 11 and Mohr had three assists and two steals.

Read more in the Feb. 21 issue of The Ogden Reporter.

PHOTO ID: Denali Loecker blocks a shot. Pictured along with Loecker are Abby Langel, Allea Klauenberg, Meredith Adreon and Ashton Boggess. Ogden had many outstanding defensive plays in their final game.  - Photo by T.R. Photography