Lady ‘Cats win four of last five games

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By Andrew Luberda

Copper Basin News

Like the boys’ team, the Bearcats girls’ team has played in five straight road games. It has won four of those five games, including both games last week at Miami (58 – 34) and at Mogollon (42 – 32).

Sophomores Stormee Galka (23) and Savannah Willis (16) combined for 39 points in the win over Miami on January 15, 2014. After leading by five at halftime, the ‘Cats outscored Miami 33 – 14 in the second half to pull away.

The Bearcats will play Hayden at home on January 21 before road games at St. Johns (Jan. 24) and San Manuel (Jan. 28). All games begin at 5:30 except the game at St. Johns, which begins at 6:00 p.m.

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