GIRLS BASKETBALL: Dukes struggle with single-digit quarters


The Dukes’ Jalen Gibbs is pressured by Buckeye’s Gabrielle Glancy as she dribbles at Wellington.


Buckeye’s Elizabeth Whetstone tries to catch Wellington’s Sam Sparks on a fast break.


Meredith Becher gets two points on a short jumper past Buckeye’s Shannon Galdun.


Photos by Russ Gifford | Wellington Enterprise

A low-scoring affair last week handed the Bucks girls an 11-point victory in play at Wellington. Kaitlyn Hubeny led the Buckeye charge, putting up 13 points, and Gabby Glancy followed up with 11 more. Meanwhile, the Bucks defense held the Lady Dukes to single-digit scoring in three of four quarters, resulting in a 52-41 final. Sam Sparks found 12 points and Jalen Gibbs nailed 11 for Wellington.

The Dukes’ Jalen Gibbs is pressured by Buckeye’s Gabrielle Glancy as she dribbles at Wellington.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/25/2017/01/web1_WHS_GirlsBBallVsBuckeye-2-of-7-.jpgThe Dukes’ Jalen Gibbs is pressured by Buckeye’s Gabrielle Glancy as she dribbles at Wellington.

Buckeye’s Elizabeth Whetstone tries to catch Wellington’s Sam Sparks on a fast break.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/25/2017/01/web1_WHS_GirlsBBallVsBuckeye-5-of-7-.jpgBuckeye’s Elizabeth Whetstone tries to catch Wellington’s Sam Sparks on a fast break.

Meredith Becher gets two points on a short jumper past Buckeye’s Shannon Galdun.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/25/2017/01/web1_WHS_GirlsBBallVsBuckeye-7-of-7-.jpgMeredith Becher gets two points on a short jumper past Buckeye’s Shannon Galdun.