Dutchgirls drop pair of home games

By Will Johnson, Sports Editor
Posted 1/15/20

Looking to open 2020 on a winning note, Ryan Flanagan’s Owensville Dutchgirls, welcomed Columbia Hickman’s Lady Kewpies to Owensville Elementary School for a non-conference showdown last …

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Dutchgirls drop pair of home games

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Looking to open 2020 on a winning note, Ryan Flanagan’s Owensville Dutchgirls, welcomed Columbia Hickman’s Lady Kewpies to Owensville Elementary School for a non-conference showdown last Tuesday night.

Played at OES due to the 31st Owensville Tournament taking place at Owensville High School, Flanagan’s Dutchgirls ended the first quarter with a 7-5 lead.

Trailing 16-11 at halftime, OHS played without Anna Finley in the second half due to an injured ankle.

Held to 12 second-half points, Owensville suffered a tough 32-23 loss to Hickman.

Kyla Hendrix paced OHS with seven points against the Lady Kewpies followed closely with six points from Finley.

In a two-quarter JV game preceding varsity action, Owensville also dropped a close 14-8 game.

Kyla Hendrix led OHS with four points to go along with two each from Landry Watson and Ella Gehlert.

Two nights later back over at Owensville High School, the Dutchgirls welcomed Fatima’s Lady Comets to Gasconade County.

Outscored 13-6 in the first quarter, the JV Dutchgirls fell to Fatima by a score of 19-10.

Kiana Guerrero and Leah Reed each had four points to lead Owensville in scoring.

Minus Finley and Watson due to ankle injuries, the varsity Dutchgirls also fell to Fatima 52-30.

Kate Angell led OHS with a team-high 11 points.

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