Keystone crushes Lady Dukes, 57-15


Wellington’s Hope Diermyer puts up a short jumper at Keystone.


Erin Frenk puts up a shot under pressure by Keystone’s Sammie Stefan.


Wellington’s Sami White gets a hand on the shot of Keystone’s Reagan Ford.


Samantha Sparks tries to get around Keystone’s Haley Sprouse.


Photos by Russ Gifford | Wellington Enterprise

The Keystone Wildcats controlled the pace of the game Saturday against the Lady Dukes. Keystone shut down Wellington defensively as they outshot the Dukes 18-4 in the first quarter. The girls were only able to sink five points before halftime as the Wildcats added 17 to take a 35-9 lead. The Wildcats continued to pressure the ball and shut down the Dukes girls in the second half of a Patriot Athletic Conference match to secure the victory.

The Lady Dukes junior varsity team will face Western Reserve at 2 p.m. Saturday and varsity will follow. Five players will be recognized prior to the Senior Night game.

Wellington’s Hope Diermyer puts up a short jumper at Keystone.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/25/2016/02/web1_WHSGirlsBBallAtKeystone-5-of-5-.jpgWellington’s Hope Diermyer puts up a short jumper at Keystone.

Erin Frenk puts up a shot under pressure by Keystone’s Sammie Stefan.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/25/2016/02/web1_WHSGirlsBBallAtKeystone-3-of-5-.jpgErin Frenk puts up a shot under pressure by Keystone’s Sammie Stefan.

Wellington’s Sami White gets a hand on the shot of Keystone’s Reagan Ford.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/25/2016/02/web1_WHSGirlsBBallAtKeystone-2-of-5-.jpgWellington’s Sami White gets a hand on the shot of Keystone’s Reagan Ford.

Samantha Sparks tries to get around Keystone’s Haley Sprouse.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/25/2016/02/web1_WHSGirlsBBallAtKeystone-1-of-5-.jpgSamantha Sparks tries to get around Keystone’s Haley Sprouse.