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The Lady Warriors of Woodlan outscored the Squaws of Bellmont 14-6 in the fourth quarter to come back and win at home in girls basketball action on Saturday night, 46-40.
The game, which was originally scheduled for Friday night, was postponed until Saturday because of the Braves' regional game in West Lafayette.
The Squaws season opener was an offensive struggle for Bellmont last week against Concordia with the leading scorer putting up five points for the Squaws. The Woodlan affair, however, revealed a potential scoring leader for Bellmont in the form of senior Allison Gutierrez who scored 19 points in 25 minutes of play. She also recorded nine rebounds and two steals.
Once again turnovers were a problem for the lady ballers of Bellmont as they ended the night with 21, but did manage to force 18 turnovers from Woodlan's side of the ball.
The Squaws' took the JV contest over Woodlan, 37-11. They were led by the freshman duo of Janaya Wilder with ten points and Amanda Hunter with nine points.
The Squaws will hit the road seeking their first victory as they travel to Bishop Dwenger tomorrow with a JV start time of 6 p.m. and a varsity contest immediately after.