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DEFENSE TELLS THE STORY AS SALEM CRUISES PAST RAIDERS

PHOTO CREDIT: GARY LEININGER

CANFIELD OH- South Range and Salem seem to clash every year in girls basketball, and it has become on of the areas best rivalries on the hardwood. Salem remembered all too well the way South Range came in to their gym last year, and walked out winners. On Monday night it was the Quakers who returned the favor. They handed South Range a 37-21 loss.

The Lady Quaker had a nice defensive effort from Abby Perry holding Lexi Giles to only 11 points while Krista Barley and Rylee Hutton contributed 3 and 2 steals apiece respectively. Abby Perry and Rylee Hutton also chipped in 10 points and 9 points respectively. The Lady Quakers also had six other girls contributing offensively to the team’s final total of 37. The Lady Quakers were also led by Kaylee Carlisle on the boards

 

Giles was the leading scorer for South Range with 11. Their defense cause plenty of havoc as well, holding the Quakers to under 40 for the first time all season.

The Quakers will host Minerva on Saturday, while the Raiders will stay at home against Girard on Thursday.

Postgame Interview with Sarah Hamilton:

 

 

Postgame Interview With Abby Perry:

 

 

 

 

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