Waterloo Shuts Down the Musketeers

Hannah Sievers, Staff Writer

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In the next game of the tournament, Red Bud faced off against Waterloo. In the first quarter, the Musketeers were able to put up nine points. Chloe Wild, Claire Grohmann, Olivia Carle, and Hannah Sievers all made a two-point basket. Sievers also made one of her two free throws. Unfortunately, Waterloo was able to score sixteen points, which put them up seven heading into the second quarter.  

 

Scoring slowed for both teams in the second quarter. Red Bud was able to add seven points to the scoreboard.  Wild made another two-point shot. Sami Lucht and Grohmann each made a free throw. Amber Stengel put up three points with a two-point shot and a free throw. Still, Waterloo scored eight points, which meant the score was sixteen to twenty-four at halftime with Waterloo on top. 

 

In the third quarter, Red Bud only scored four points by Stengel from two-pointers. Waterloo put thirteen points on the scoreboard, so it was twenty to thirty-seven after the third. 

 

During the fourth quarter, the ladies put up nine points. Jessica Bievenue had four of them with a two-point shot and two free throws. Carle and Meredith Whelan each hit a two-pointer and Whelan made a free throw as well. Waterloo, on the other hand, added another thirteen points. At the end, the score was twenty-nine to fifty with the Bulldogs winning.