JV Arabians beat Falls City, Lytle

Playing great offense and making their plays count, the Junior Varsity Arabians beat Falls City on January 2nd. In this last game before district starts the Arabians played a great game but the ball would not go in.
The girls “held their composure at the end of the game when things got tense,” said Coach Leigh Anne McIver.
With a final score of 26-21, Scarlett Smith scored 7 points with 5 rebounds, Kaylee Howard had 7 rebounds and 2 points, Allyson Taylor 6 points 4 rebounds, Karli Geyer 4 points, 2 rebounds, Gabby Rodriguez 4 points, Jasmine Pompa 3 points 5 rebounds, Dana Aaron 1 rebound, and Janaee Wofford 1 rebound.
In the district opener against Lytle, the JV Arabians beat them 58-12. In the first quarter the Arabians led 12-4 and at the end of the second the score was 22-9. The third quarter is when the team really got into their offensive groove and kept scoring ending the quarter 37-11. In the fourth quarter alone the team scored 21 points and held Lytle to 1 free throw.
Rodriguez led the charge with 13 points and Wofford dominated under the basket with 7 rebounds and 8 points. Pompa scored 11 points 4 rebounds, Alexa Garza 8 points 2 rebounds, Aaron 6 points 1 rebound, Taylor 6 points 2 rebounds, Geyer 4 points 2 rebounds, and Destiny Morales 2 points.
By Dicy Chambers
Sports Writer