WOMEN’S HOOPS: ONE UP, ONE DOWN
Bellevue freshman Kirsten Michael, a Bainbridge HS grad, came out hot near her hometown to lead the Bulldogs in scoring with 17 points and five rebounds in the Bellevue win over host Olympic on Weds., Feb. 10. Once again, each of the Bellevue women who got a hand on the ball was able to score. Sophomore guard, Alisha Love contributed a strong game with 14 points and 8 rebounds, while Danyelle Grayer provided 12 points and six assists. Tiffany Shen was solid on defense with five steals and eight points, and Amy Rochowiak, a 2009 North Division All-Star, dominated the rebounds with 12 and added eight points to complement her efforts.
Women’s basketball North Division leader Skagit Valley (11-1, 17-4), brought a tough game when they came to Bellevue Sat., Feb. 13, looking to avenge their only league loss when Bellevue defeated them 64-56 at home Jan. 16. Though Saturday’s was a hard-fought game, in the end the Bulldogs fell short, losing to the Cardinals 66-76. Down at one time by 20 points, Bellevue battled back to bring it within eight in the final minutes. Love lit up the boards with 15 points, 8 rebounds and 4 assists. Kelly Sutherland had 13 points, and Maddie Miller contributed 11 points, nine rebounds and two steals.
With the final third of league play ahead of them, the Bellevue women’s team (10-2, 15-7) hangs tough in second place in the North Division, preparing for the next two games: Weds., Feb. 17, hosting Seattle (7-6, 8-13) at 5:30 p.m., then traveling to take on Whatcom (6-6, 6-11) Sat., Feb. 20 at 5:00 p.m.
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