Ray’s Lady ‘Cats split in play last with two wins and two losses

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In an outing at Globe, the Ladies came home with a 41-29 win. Scoring for the team were Stormee Galka, 18, Sidney Chenoweth, 9, Angela Fuentes, 8, Ashley Meza, 4 and Savannah Willis, 2.

The girls lost to Greenfields County Day School 55-42. Sidney Chenoweth was the top scorer in this game with 13, followed by Savannah Willis and Lucy Sainz with 8 each, Stormee Galka, 7, Breauna Hathaway 3, and Angela Fuentes, 2.

In action at San Carlos, Ray was handed a 64-50 loss. Stormee Galka led the scoring with 21, followed by Angela Fuentes, 17, Ashley Meza, 4, and Savannah Willis, Breauna Hathaway, Christina Coryell and Lucy Sainz with 2 points each.

Ray routed the visiting Superior team with the score of 52-26. Heading the scoring was Stormee Galka with 22 points, followed by Breauna Hathaway, 8, Sidney Chenoweth and Angela Fuentes, each with 6, Christina Coryell, Savannah Willis and Ashley Meza, each with 3 and Lucy Sainz with 1.

The Ladies have an 8-7 overall record and are 6-2 in conference play.

The team will travel this week for games at Chandler Prep and Ft. Thomas and will be at home for Senior Night Friday against San Manuel.

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