Skip to main content

Wolves earn hard fought victory with clutch free throws

February 3, 2012

Photo by Keith Reigel – Audrey Perry gets her shot off against DuBois Central Catholic. Perry had a couple key steals in the fourth quarter that helped Kane earn a hard fought victory.

The Kane Lady Wolves came out a little flat and the DuBois Central Catholic Lady Cardinals kept fighting before Kane hit some crucial free throws at the end of the game to seal the win, 38-34.
Kane fought out early on that the Lady Cardinals were here for a game. The Lady Wolves seemed to have the game under control but the scrappy Lady Cardinals kept inching their way and only trailed 25-23 after three quarters. They were able to limit Kane to only two field goals and one free throw in the third period.
The fourth quarter was a matter of who could control the ball and hit clutch shots. Both teams played tight defense and made it tough for the other one to make any progress. Kane held a slim 4-point lead with 13 seconds left in the game when DCC went up for a desperation 3-point shot and was fouled in the act. Lady Cardinal Lauresa Gulvas stepped to the line and sank the first two to pull them within a field goal. Kane would then call a timeout to try and ice the shooter, but Gulvas again went and hit the third to pull them within one point.

See full article by purchasing the Feb. 4 edition of The Kane Republican.

View more articles in:
Wolves' quarterback Shane Rolick gets set to throw a pass downfield during Saturday's scrimmage...
Kane High fall sports teams got their official practices underway this week. Here, members of the...
These are two of the 78 women who participated Tuesday in the Ladies Open at Kane Country Club....


Classified Ads

Premium Drupal Themes by Adaptivethemes