Girls Varsity Basketball · While missing star forward, Trinity still gets the best of Ringgold

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Trinity has been without their leading scorer and Campbell University (NC) commit, Courtney Dahlquist, for a couple of games. It did not stop them from cruising past Connellsville and doing the same in the Lady Rams regular season finale. Ringgold’s offensive output far exceeded the four point total from when these two teams met earlier in the season. However, the Lady Rams also surrendered their most points on the year. Without Dahlquist, the Hillers guards stepped up, finishing with four in double figures. Trinity demonstrated the top notch defense and transition offense that earned them the number one seed in the 5A WPIAL Playoffs.

Leading Scorers: (R) Kirra Gerard 12; (T) Kaylin Venick 20, Ashley Durig 15, Eden Williamson 12, Alyssa Clutter 11.

Trinity also took the JV game, 65-19. Trinity’s Maddy Roberts was the game’s high scorer with 17 points while Gerard, again, led the Lady Rams with 10.