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Cobblers blow out DHS girls basketball

RAPID CITY, S.D. -- The Dickinson High girls basketball team couldn't keep up with Rapid City Central on Friday, losing 73-22. The Midgets scored just six points in the second half as the Cobblers continued to pile on. Four players finished in do...

RAPID CITY, S.D. - The Dickinson High girls basketball team couldn’t keep up with Rapid City Central on Friday, losing 73-22.

The Midgets scored just six points in the second half as the Cobblers continued to pile on. Four players finished in double-figures for Rapid City Central.

“As a team, we came out flat tonight. Rapid did a great job with their full-court pressure, and we weren’t ready for it,” head coach James Hayden said. “As a coach, I put the majority of the blame on myself. I have to do a better job of getting my team focused, organized and prepared.”

Jayde Lawlar and Gabby Jung each scored six points to lead the Midgets. Peyton Selle was next with four.

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Rapid City Central 73, Dickinson High 22

DHS  6  10  3  3

RCC  16  18  21  18

DHS: Jayde Lawlar 6, Gabby Jung 6, Peyton Selle 4, Lexi Jordheim 2, Kelsey Privratsky 2, Mariah Mortensen 2.  

RCC: Michelle Johnson 15, Abby Johnson 14, Karlie O’Brien 11, Maddison Sullivan 11, Bailey Johnson 8, Juneau Jones 5, Mya Jones 4, Abbie Freeman 3, Whitley Heitsch 2.

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