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Lady Coyotes roll over the Lady Bull Dogs

 

February 15, 2018



Potter-Dix Ladies ran right over the Peetz Lady Bull Dogs last Tuesday night with a 51-10 final.

The Lady Coyotes finished the first quarter with a 13-4 lead over the Lady Bull Dogs and didn’t stop there, shutting out Peetz 17-0 in the second quarter heading into half-time with a 30-7 lead.

The third period again Potter-Dix was able to shut out the Lady Bull Dogs, while putting up another 14 points to their lead to head into the final period 44-7.

Peetz was able to add another three points to the board before the game was over while Potter-Dix put up another seven to finish the game with a big win 51-10.

The seniors were at it again with Trinity Langley scoring 16 points for the Lady Coyotes shooting 54 percent from the field, Audrey Juelfs was right behind her shooting 60 percent from the field adding 13 points, Payge Hoffman added 10 points for the Potter-Dix seniors. Freshman Kelsey Hoffman put up eight points, while sophomore Makayla Merz added three and junior Brooke Moench had one.

Langley hit the boards hard again in this game with 10 rebounds, with K. Hoffman grabbing six herself.

Juelfs led the assist category with nine, P. Hoffman had seven steals for the Lady Coyotes, with Juelfs, K. Hoffman, playing good defense with six steals each, Langley with five steals and Moench and Reagan Williams both with two.

Potter-Dix 13 17 14 7 -51

Peetz 4 0 0 3 - 7

The Lady Coyotes will play their final regular season game with Banner County in Harrisburg tomorrow, Friday night, at 6 p.m.

A quick look into the D2 District 12 stat leaders, this upcoming match-up will be filled with two senior leaders heading up a great game for their teammates, Juelfs for PD and Makenna Dahlgrin for BC.

Between these two and PD senior Langley these three girls are at the top of the stat categories.

In scoring in the number one spot is Juelfs with 288 points on the year with a 43 field goal percentage, and averaging 16.0 points per game.

Right behind her is Dahlgrin with 245 points on the season, averaging 15.3 point per game and shooting 39 percent from the floor.

Assists per game is Juelfs with 6.1 per game and a 1.38 assist-to-turnover ratio.

In the rebounding category, number one in the District is Dahlgrin averaging 13.1 rebounds per game, with Juelfs setting in second averaging 10.7 per game.

Looking at a little denfense, it’s Juelfs in number one with 126 steals averaging, 7 steals per game. Another thing to look for during Fridays match-up will be the shot blocking battle between Dahlgrin and Trinity Langley, Dahlgrin sitting above Langley averaging 3.1 block shots per game, but Langley is right behind her averaging 2.3 per game on the season.

One more eye catcher on this game between the Lady Coyotes and the Lady Wildcats is that both Juelfs, as well as Dahlgrin, have both had outstanding years in the scoring and rebounding categories - Juelfs on the season with 14 double doubles in the 18 games she has played this year and Dahlgrin with 13 double doubles out of the 16 games she has played this season.

 

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