MASON, W.Va. — So much for gracious guests.
The Wahama girls basketball team fell Tri-Valley Conference Hocking Division foe Waterford Tuesday night by the count of 85-28 in Mason County.
It was a fast paced game from the start as Waterford (8-2, 8-1 TVC Hocking) out scored Wahama (1-10, 1-9) 30-to-16 over the first eight minutes. The Lady Cats went on a 20-to-6 run in the second quarter and held the 30 point advantage at the half.
Waterford out scored the Lady White Falcons by 24 in the third period and led 77-23 headed into the finale. The Green and White closed the game with an 8-to-5 run sealing their sixth consecutive victory, 85-28.
The Lady White Falcons were led by seniors Mackenzie Gabritsch with nine points and Kelsey Zuspan with eight. Rachel Roque chipped in with seven points, while Sierra Carmichael added four to round out the scoring for the Red and White. Zuspan made both of the Lady Falcons three-pointers.
Waterford finished with four players in double-figures led by Brooke Drayer with 20 points. Chelsey Paxton notched 17 points, Taylor Hilverding chipped in with 15, while Regan Porter marked 10 points. Dani Drayer added eight points, Hannah Dailey had seven, Lakin Tolson finished with six and Ramsee Seevers rounded out the Lady Cats scoring with two points.
Wahama shot 6-of-16 (37.5 percent) from the charity stripe while Waterford shot 11-of-23 (47.8 percent).
The Lady White Falcons have now lost eight straight contests, while Waterford has won six straight. Wahama will complete the season series with the Lady Cats on January 17th in Washington County.