After squeaking out a win over Rochester on the road in December, the Centralia girls basketball team couldn’t duplicate that success, falling at home Tuesday to the Warriors, 61-31.
The Warriors were led by Roisin Stull’s 13 points, but also got double-digit contributions from Mandy Andree Cordell and Angelica Castro’s 10 points. Overall, eight Warriors scored in a well-rounded effort.
“Give credit to Rochester,” Tigers coach Doug Ashmore said. “We had the lead early and they went man-to-man and we had no answer offensively. This one was tough to swallow.”
The Tigers (5-5, 3-3 2A EvCo) had just one player score in double-digits: sophomore guard Makayla Chavez, who scored 12 points. They’ll look to bounce back against Shelton on Thursday, while the Warriors look to build on this success against Black Hills at home.