The Greene County girls basketball team is at 0-2 for the season after losing to Ogden in Jefferson Monday night. The team cut the number of turnovers from 33 against PCM last week to only 13, but still came up on the short end of a 52-36 score.
The Rams played nearly even ball in theĀ second and fourth quarters; the scored 10 points to the Bulldogs’ eight in the second and both teams scored nine points in the fourth. But, the Rams were down by seven points, 13-6, after the first quarter and Ogden scored 22 points to the Rams’ 11 in the third quarter. The Rams were down 21-16 at halftime and 43-27 after three quarters.
Senior Kenna Marquardt led the Rams in scoring with 15 points including one 3-pointer. Junior Laurin Lyons scored seven points with one 3-pointer. Seniors Hannah Promes and Taylor Wessling and junior Onica Delp scored four each, and junior Regan Lamoureux scored two points, her first varsity points.
Marquardt, Lyons and Promes were credited with five rebounds each and junior Samantha Hardaway had four rebounds.
The Rams 14 of 47 from the floor and two of 10 from 3-point range for 28 percent shooting. They made six of 13 free throws for 46 percent. The Rams committed 19 fouls.
The Rams play CMB in Baxter Tuesday evening. The Raiders are 0-1, having lost their season opener to Nevada by a 52-27 score.