February 13, 2016

AGS girls' stroll to easy victory in Oscoda

By Brent Baker
Tasha Trombley passes to a teammate during AuGres-Sims' victory over Oscoda.
By Brent Baker
AuGres-Sims took a big early lead on shorthanded Oscoda on Monday and rolled to a 46-19 victory. Above, the Wolverines' Kelsey Heinrich defends Oscoda's Ashley Scott.
By Brent Baker
Special to the Independent

AUGRES — AuGres-Sims' girls basketball team took advantage of a depleted Oscoda lineup Monday to roll to an easy 46-19 non-conference victory.

The Owls were missing leading scorer Heather Patterson and guard Megan Zarachowicz, who were both injured in the previous Friday's game against Alcona. The Wolverines raced to a 17-0 lead before Krystin Inman got the Owls on the board late in the first quarter.

AGS led 19-2 after the first period and 28-7 at the half.

Emily Lutz scored 17 points and had seven steals, while Adriane Swaffield, Tasha Trombley and Tonie VanSickle each added six points as AGS improved to 8-4.

Ashley Scott led the Owls (1-7) with eight points.

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