FOUR RIVERS CHARTER SCHOOL – The Four Rivers Falcons opened up the girls basketball season with a convincing 67-28 victory over the Huntington Locomotives on Thursday, December 5 before the home fans.
The Falcons opened up with a 28-2 lead after the first quarter of play and led at the half, 35-9.
The Locomotives came into the game with only five players. Due to a minor injury, Huntington played with only four on the court early in the second quarter for just over a minute.
In the loss, Huntington’s Tylie Garfield accounted for 26 of the Locomotives’ 28 total points. Garfield ended the game with three 2-point buckets, three 3-point field goals and shooting 11-for-13 from the free throw line. Kenzie Noble accounted for the additional score for the Locomotives.
The Falcons dropped to 1-1 after a 63-23 loss to Ione/Arlington on Friday, December 6 while participating in the Ione Basketball Bonanza. Four Rivers hosts Wilder on Monday, December 6 with a game time of 5 p.m.
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