Lady Trojans win R-VI tourney

Posted on Wednesday, November 27, 2013 at 5:14 pm

The Community R-VI Junior High Lady Trojans clinched first place in the R-VI tournament on Thursday, November 21. Pictured, from left, front row: Allison Troesser, Charley Ann Stone, Chelsea Hoyt, and Bethany Schmidt. Back row: Coach Bob Curtis, Alissa Curtis, Madelynn Gastler, Ivy Stathem, Shelby Craft, and Coach Stacie Carroz.

The Community R-VI Junior High Lady Trojans clinched first place in the R-VI tournament on Thursday, November 21. Pictured, from left, front row: Allison Troesser, Charley Ann Stone, Chelsea Hoyt, and Bethany Schmidt. Back row: Coach Bob Curtis, Alissa Curtis, Madelynn Gastler, Ivy Stathem, Shelby Craft, and Coach Stacie Carroz.

The Community R-VI Junior High Trojans girls basketball team won all three of their games last week. The Lady Trojans played the St. Joseph Lady Crusaders on Monday, November 18. The Lady Trojans defeated the Lady Crusaders, 37-4.
In the first quarter, the Lady Trojans scored 17 points. They added 10 in the second, six in the third quarter, and four in the fourth.
Leading scorers were Alissa Curtis with 14 points and Madelynn Gastler with 8 points.
The Lady Trojans played the Wellsville Lady Tigers on Tuesday, November 19. The Lady Trojans defeated the Lady Tigers, 33-15.
In the first quarter, the Lady Trojans scored four points. They added 13 in the second, 10 in the third quarter, and six in the fourth.
Alissa Curtis and Chelsea Hoyt were the high scorers. Curtis scored 15 and Hoyt scored seven points.
The Lady Trojans played the Van-Far Lady Indians on Thursday, November 21. The Lady Trojans defeated the Lady Indians, 25-15.
In the first quarter, the Lady Trojans scored two points. They added 11 in the second, seven in the third quarter, and five in the fourth.
Alissa Curtis and Shelby Craft were the high scorers. Curtis scored 13 and Craft scored four points.
“It was a battle between the two teams from start to finish, but in the end we took home first place.  It was a great way to end our season, especially being able to play at home in front of our family, friends, and the rest of the community,” said head coach Stacie Carroz.

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