HEAVY TRAFFIC — Cowgirl sophomore Taylor Judisch floats home a shot against Eagle defender Molly Klinker during action in the second quarter of the Fairfield game on Saturday. Judisch scored two points in the contest that the Cowgirls lost, 23-69. I-O Photo by Buck Traxler
The home girls had a tough week on the court losing handily to Fairfield 69-23 and to Choteau, 54-34.
Playing the Eagles at home Conrad fell behind right away as the Eagles soared to a 19-5 advantage and led 34-15 at the break.
Taylor Johnson and Moranda Brenteson led the scoring for Conrad, each cashing in for nine points. Rashelle Johns scored three points and Taylor Judisch had a hoop.
The Cowgirls hit on eight shots from the floor and 5-10 at the line. The Eagles scored on 26 shots from the field and were 16-29 at the line.
Playing in Choteau on Saturday, Conrad was not that far behind at the break, 11-23, but the Lady Bulldogs came out and went on a 20-6 run and coasted to a win.
Brenteson cashed in for 18 markers to lead the Cowgirls in scoring. Johnson and Johns both hit the boards for six points, Judisch tallied up three and Morgan Fowler had a free throw.
The Cowgirls scored on 13 shots from the field and 6-17 at the line.
Choteau scored on 20 shots from the floor and went 10-21 from the line.
Friday the Cowgirls go to Rocky Boy and Saturday the Class A Havre Blue Ponies come to town.