Abby Walls (32) and Emma Ferguson (5) of Triad go after a loose ball during a game against Fairbanks. Pictured in the background is Emma Kugel of FHS. The Triad and Fairbanks girls hoop squads ended their 2020-21 seasons on Wednesday. (Journal-Tribune photo by Tim Miller)
Triad’s girls basketball squad closed out its season with a 57-30 triumph over Madison Plains on Wednesday.
The contest was a regular-season game that had earlier been postponed.
Senior twin sisters Frani and Cati LeVan closed out their high school careers respectively with 18 and 14 points.
Frani LeVan added seven rebounds, eight assists and four steals.
Cati LeVan tallied seven steals and six assists.
Emma Ferguson notched her first double-double with 11 points and 12 rebounds.
The Lady Cardinals finished the season with an overall record of 8-15.
They were 4-12 in the Ohio Heritage Conference.
FHS girls fall
The 2020-21 campaign came to an end for Fairbanks’ girls.
The Lady Panthers (12-11) dropped a Division III tournament game at Liberty Union by a 54-47 verdict on Wednesday.
The game was tight for three quarters.
The score was deadlocked at 11-all after the initial eight minutes.
FHS (the No. 9 seed) took a 26-22 edge at halftime and a 36-33 lead by the end of the third quarter.
Liberty-Union (No. 7) burned the net for 21 points during the fourth period to claim the victory.
Elaina Lahmers led Fairbanks with 15 points and was joined in double figures by Megan Rausch, who tallied 12.
They were followed by Carly Lehman-seven, Macy Miller-six, Lillian Miller-four, Ellie Carter-two and Gracie Pyers-one.
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