Girls defeat ACGC, fall to Greene County

Allea Klauenberg scores two of her nine points last Friday against Adair Casey/Guthrie Center. Ashton Boggess was credited with the assist.  -Photo by T. R. Photography

After a close loss in the season opener, the Lady Bulldogs looked to rebound against Greene County. The girls started off the game strong taking an 11-9 lead after the first quarter. That lead went away after the Rams out-scored Ogden 17-9 in the second. The Rams never relinquished the lead. Greene County won the game with a score of 46-35.

Ashton Boggess led Ogden again, as she put up a double –double. Boggess had 17 points and 10 rebounds. Seven of her points came from the free throw line. Boggess also chipped in with three steals. Gabby Ross had a monster game rebounding snaring 16 rebounds, seven of which were on the offensive glass. Ross added six points, four assists, and two steals. Ogden starter Abby Langel did not finish the game due to an injury. 

Coach Van Wyk had this to say after the game, “We are getting good looks, we just need to make some more of them. We also need to make our free throws, we are leaving too many points on the floor.” 

Read more in the Dec. 6 issue of The Ogden Reporter.