The Madison Lady Bulldogs fell short once again as they fell to Tri-Valley, 53-20 at home.
It was one of those days for the Lady Bulldogs. They couldn’t get much of any shots to fall their way. The Lady Mustangs played aggressively and prayed on the weaknesses of this Madison team.
Lauren Grinde led all scorers with 15 points to go along with three assists. Followed by Mattie Huwe who had 14 on 50% shooting from the field. Tri-Valley had 10 different players score in the game.
As a team, they finished just 37% from the field and 36% from deep. Nothing flashy, but picked apart the Lady Bulldogs yet and still. Madison won the rebound battle, 27-26.
Audrey Nelson has her toughest shooting game this year. Going just 1-for-8 from the field. And posting just four points. Though she led in rebounds with six, it was a tough night. Lanes were clogged and shots missed their mark all night long.
Karley Lurz led in scoring with six points, all of which coming in the first half again. Madison’s struggles had them finish the game shooting just 21.9% from the field, 36.4% from beyond the arc and only 33.3% from the free throw line.
The Lady Bulldogs have another quick turnaround as they hit the road tomorrow to take on the Lennox Orioles and look to bounce back.