Snohomish Panthers - Glacier Peak Girls
SNOHOMISH The first half didn't go quite the way the Glacier Peak girls basketball team hoped it would.The second half, however, couldn't have gone much better for the Grizzlies.Glacier Peak outscored crosstown rival Snohomish 33-20 in the second half to come from behind and clinch a 43-37 non-conference win over the Panthers at Glacier Peak High School Wednesday night.We knew it was going to be a low-scoring game, Grizzlies head coach Brian Hill said. ... We're just happy to come away with the win. Snohomish is a great team. They're tough and they're going to be tough. I hope they do well. That was a good win for us. We saw that we can do a lot of good things and hopefully we can continue to get better.The Glacier Peak offense struggled in the first half, netting just 10 points all from junior point guard Samantha Fatkin. It was almost a minute into the third quarter before the first non-Fatkin points were scored for the Grizzlies.Then junior post Kayla Watkins took over.Glacier Peak worked the ball in to the 6-foot-1 Watkins who scored 10 points all in the second half and added 12 rebounds to help fuel the Grizzlies' comeback.
SnohomishKatie Branvold 0, Maya DuChesne 3, Emily Preach 0, Samantha Beeman 0, Shaylee Harwood 10, Madison Pollock 16, Madeline Smith 6, Kyra Beckman 0, Ellie Flitsch 2. Glacier PeakPaisley Johnson 3, Samantha Fatkin 18, Charlie Sevenants 0, Kayla Watkins 10, Natalie Rasmussen 6, Maya McFadden 6, Makayla Guerra 0, Nicole Jensen 0, Abbie Juozapaitis 0. RecordsSnohomish 0-1 overall. Glacier Peak 2-0.http://www.heraldnet.com/article/20151202/SPORTS01/151209740/1101/Glacier-Peak-comes-from-behind-to-beat-rival-Snohomish-43-37