Lady Wolves end regular season with a loss
W-B used 17 turnovers during the middle two quarters to pull away for the easy victory.
Senior Aimee Drath's steal and lay in tied the game at four with 6:18 left in the first quarter. That was the last time the game was tied, as the Lady Chargers held the lead the rest of the game. W-B's full court press slowly took its toll as they finished the quarter with a 10-1 run including the final eight points of the quarter.
The Lady Wolves' struggles continued into the second quarter as they went nearly eight minutes in between baskets before senior Kali Draeger's basket finally ended the dry spell with 7:25 left in the first half. Taking advantage of seven-second quarter turnovers the Lady Chargers held a commanding 36-18 lead at halftime.
Any chance for a comeback was negated by 10 third quarter turnovers, while the team scored only two points. Those points were scored by senior Katrina Wilz. The Lady Chargers finished the quarter with a 49-20 lead.
Wilz scored the next field goal for the Lady Wolves with 4:29 left to play. Wilz and Paige Schernecker led the Lady Wolves with eight points each.
The Lady Wolves finish the regular season with a 6-15 mark, 3-11 in conference play.
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