Ray Lady ‘Cats lose close game to San Manuel

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Ray High Jr Pep Squad Cheerleaders under the direction of coach Jenny Coleman performed last Friday at the varsity girls game. (Annette Barajas photo)

The Ray Lady ‘Cats were on the road this past week for two games and at home for the final game in regular season play.

On Wednesday, the team travelled to Chandler Prep and pulled out a 36-28 win.

Scoring included Stormee Galka, 15; Savannah Willis, 7; Lucy Sainz and Sidney Chenoweth each with 4; and Angela Fuentes, Breauna Hathaway and Christina Coryell adding 2.

Next up was a 38-57 loss at Fort Thomas. Stormee Galka again led the scoring with 15, followed by Breauna Hathaway, 11, Angela Fuentes, 9, Christina Coryell, 2, and Lucy Sainz, 1.

At home Friday the Ladies lost a squeaker, 18-20, to San Manuel to end regular season play with a 7-3 conference record and a 9-9 overall record. No box score was available at press time.

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