Hemingford Ends Bridgeport Girls’ Season
     2011-02-24      By Randy Sides    editor@geringcitizen.com
It was 12-6 Bridgeport against 13-9 Hemingford in the Class C-2 Subdistrict 12 game on Tuesday, February 15 to see who would advance to the subdistrict final on Thursday. And after taking an 8-0 lead right from the start, Hemingford held on for a 45 – 35 victory.

Brooke Foster led the Lady Bobcats with 17 points, followed by Briley Hanaford with 11 points, Samantha Huss with seven points, Kelsy Wood with five points, and Kaitlyn Heitz with four.

For the Lady Bulldogs, Ashley Stevens had 17 points, Sydney Faessler and Peyton Hall had six points each, Brittany Hutson had four points, and Enedina Cantu had two points.

Scoring
Hemingford (14-9) 11 9 11 14 - 45
Bridgeport (12-7) 7 9 11 8 - 35


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