BOURBON – Triton hadn’t played a girls basketball game in 15 days, and the rust showed Wednesday night against Oregon-Davis. The Bobcats used a 21-point first quarter to start the blitz in a 61-32 final at the Trojan Trench.
Oregon-Davis featured a 14-0 run in the contest that had the Bobcats only shoot 39 percent in the game, but Triton’s 28 percent shooting and 19 turnovers didn’t help matters.
The Bobcats got four players into double figures on the scoresheet, led by Jami Hurford’s 14 points. Leena Tetzloff added 13 points and nine rebounds, and Alexandria Bope and Sydney Williams each had 10 points.
Triton scored just seven points in that first quarter and were down 19 at halftime. Hannah Wanemacher led the Trojans with 12 points and Sara Stevens kicked in nine points and four rebounds before fouling out. Whytnie Miller grabbed 10 boards.
Oregon-Davis also made separation at the free throw line, going 17-25 while Triton was just 1-9. The two teams combined to go 9-36 in three-point attempts.
Triton opened the night with a 56-31 JV win over Oregon-Davis.
Oregon-Davis moves to 9-5 overall and will take on Lighthouse CPA Friday while Triton falls to 3-12 overall with a home date Saturday in the Hoosier North Athletic Conference with West Central.