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|Lady Wolves upend Cathedral|
Monterey's Lady Wolves started off the year on a good note, defeating Cathedral 51-29 in Monterey Friday.
Monterey took it to the Lady Wave early, outscoring the visitors 25-11 in the first quarter and increasing that lead to 38-21 at halftime.
Cathedral cut the lead to 13 points at the end of the third quarter, but the Lady Wolves turned up the pressure, outscoring the Lady Wave 9-0 in the final quarter.
Brooke Baker led Monterey with 14 points and Kendall Lipsey had 10 points.
Ginny Daggett scored 10 points and Amanda Richardson added six points to lead Cathedral (4-10).
The Monterey boys fell to Cathedral, 37-36.
Monterey led 18-13 at halftime, but the Green Wave outscored the Wolves 12-6 in the third period to go up by a point heading into the final quarter.
Cathedral went up 37-34 with a minute remaining before Austin Lipsey cut that lead to one point with a basket seconds later.
The Wolves were unable to score down the stretch.
Ross Lipsey led Monterey with 11 points.
Collin Hammons led the Green Wave with 11 points and Hammitte finished with nine points.
Monterey dropped a pair of games to Adams County Christian School Tuesday in Monterey.
The Lady Wolves fell to the Lady Rebels, 48-36.
Monterey led AC 10-6 after one period, but the Lady Rebels outscored Monterey 16-10 in the second period and 15-4 in the third quarter.
Brooke Baker led Monterey with 11 points.
AC's boys defeated Monterey67-49.
Monterey led 11-9 after one period, but AC outscored the Wolves 21-11 in the second period and 24-8 in the final quarter.
Josh Chapman led Monterey with 16 points, while Ross Lipsey added 14.
Monterey plays at Delhi Charter Friday.
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