October 28, 2016
Feb. 24, 2009

Lady Spartans lose Tawas in second half

By Brent Baker|Special to the Independent
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PINCONNING — Pinconning's girls’ basketball team was much more competitive in its second go-around with league-leading Tawas Area than in its first, but it still wasn't enough.

The Spartans, who lost 77-34 at Tawas a couple weeks ago, trailed the Braves just 28-23 at the half before Tawas pulled away to a 53-39 victory on Tuesday.

Jessica Vidalez scored 14 points to lead Pinny, with Lauren Pilot adding 13. Vidalez was held to just five points in the first half, but a six-point outburst from Chelsea Adcock helped keep the Spartans in the game.

Rachel Adaline paced Tawas with 17 points; Molly Stoll added 11 and Gina Gerow tallied eight.

The Braves (17-2, 9-0 NEMC) wrapped up sole possession of the league title with the win and can finish unbeaten in league play with a victory at John Glenn on Friday.


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