Girls basketball: Prairie 54, Glacier Peak 46

first_imgGirls basketball: Prairie 54, Glacier Peak 46 Tags Share: Falcons coach Hala Corral estimated her team shot 70 percent on its 3-pointers, but it’s the defense that won them the game down the stretch after trailing entering the fourth quarter.Prairie made 15 field goals in its nonleague victory and 13 came from 3-point range, highlighted by five from Cassidy Gardner (game-high 22 points).But the defense, Corral said, made the defense down the stretch.“We just reemphasized our defense,” she said. “The kids started getting after it defensively and it got us back into the game.”Prairie outscored Glacier Peak 21-9 in the final quarter.PRAIRIE 54, GLACIER PEAK 46PRAIRIE — Kendyl Carson 8, Alli Corral 6, Kylie Diaz, Meri Dunford 0, Cassidy Gardner 22, Claire Heitschmidt 0, Haley Reed 0, Dayna Vera 0, Brooke Walling 12, Mallory Williams 6. Totals 15 (13) 11-12 54. GO GLACIER PEAK — Haley Grambo 0, Maya Erling 16, Shay Sande 2, Malia Smith 3, Madison Rubino 4, Sydney Guffey 9, Aaliyah Collins 10, Tiara Hollimon 2. Totals 17 (2) 10-10 46Prairie 16 10 7 21–54Glacier Peak 10 11 16 9–46 Receive latest stories and local news in your email:center_img Prairie Falcons The Columbian Published: December 7, 2018, 11:02pm By signing up you are agreeing to our Privacy Policy and Terms of Service. Share:last_img read more

Woman struck and killed while out jogging in Cayuga

The Ontario Provincial Police is investigating after a woman was struck and killed by an out-of-control pickup truck in Cayuga.Police say around 7:50 a.m. Monday, a black Dodge Ram pickup truck was travelling on Concession 5 near Kohler Rd. when the 20-year-old driver lost control of the vehicle. The truck hit a 47-year-old woman who was jogging along the roadway. The woman was transported to a local hospital where she was pronounced dead. The driver of the truck was also taken to hospital as a pre-cautionary measure. OPP have not yet released the victim’s identity. Police are continuing to investigate the collision and are seeking the public’s assistance. Anyone who may have information that could help police is asked to contact the Haldimand County OPP Detachment at 1-888-310-1122.