Lady Bulldogs Struggle in Fourth Straight Loss

Last night the Madison Bulldogs girls basketball team hosted Lennox where they were handed their fourth straight loss, losing 67-22.

The Bulldogs struggled early, turning the ball over three times in the first minute with each turnover resulting in points for Lennox. 

Audrey Nelson was the lone bright spot for Madison, scoring all five of the Bulldogs first half points in the first quarter, with the Orioles taking a 40-5 lead into halftime. Madison had 14 turnovers in the first half.

Nelson added ten more points for Madison coming out of halftime, with no other Bulldog scoring until Karley Lurz hit two free-throws with 12 seconds left in the third quarter, as Madison trailed 61-17 after three quarters.

There were a combined 11 points between the two teams in the final quarter, as Madison continued to struggle on their way to a 67-22 home loss.

Madison went 6-34 shooting from the field, while Lennox shot 50% going 25-50. They also finished the game with 18 total turnovers. 

Nelson ended the night with 15 points on 5-14 shooting and three rebounds. Lurz added five points and Ella Pettereins got her two points on free-throws, while also grabbing four rebounds. 

Zoey Gerry tied for the team lead in rebounds with four, but was unable to score, going 0-10 from the field. 

Lennox had three players with double-digit points, with Dani Highum scoring a game high 20 points while grabbing seven rebounds. Ryan Hanssen and Andie Peters each had 11 points for Lennox. 

The Bulldogs stay at home on Friday where they will continue searching for their first home victory of the season, hosting Tea Area at 7:30pm. The game can be heard on AM 1390 or online at