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The Chrisman Lady Cardinals basketball season is winding down, and with just a handful of games left, the girls began a road trip. Their first stop was at Uni High to take on the Lady Illineks.
In the first quarter, Makenzie Mitchell was the lone scorer for Chrisman, leaving the birds trailing 8-2.
In the second, the Lady Illineks took a commanding 27-11 lead going into halftime.
In the third quarter, Uni’s G. Mongway scored six of the ten points for the Illineks, extending their lead to 37-15.
In the fourth, though they only scored four, the Uni High Illineks handed Chrisman a 41-29 loss on the road.
For Chrisman, Taylor Jones and Whitnie Haton led with six points, followed by Makenzie Mitchell and Adaleyn Miller with five points each and Bailey Presslor with three. Addison Phipps and Olivia Radke ended the game with two points each.
After a couple of days rest, the girls were back on the road to take on the Milford Bearcats on January 21st.
The Lady Cardinals started off strong in the first, taking a 12-9 lead over the Bearcats.
In the second, Chrisman’s Olivia Radke and Addison Phipps kept the Lady Cards ahead with a score of 17-15 going into halftime.
In the third quarter, Milford’s, Cadence Schaubert, Brynlee Wright, Lillie Harris and Hunter Mowrey put the Bearcats in the lead with a score of 26-20.
The fourth quarter turned out to be a battle, but it was the Milford Lady Bearcats that would come out victorious with a final score of 36-33.
For Chrisman, Olivia Radke led with nine points, followed by Addison Phipps with seven points. Phipps also had ten rebounds in the game.
Taylor Jones and Whitnie Haton ended the game with five points each. Makenzie Mitchell finished with four points, followed by Jaidyn Alexander with two and Adaelyn Miller with one.
For Milford, Hunter Mowrey led with fourteen points, followed by Brynlee Wright with twelve.
Jasmin Cullum and Cadence Schaubert ended the game with three points each. Sydney Seyfert and Lillie Harries had two points each.