BULLDOG WOMEN WIN TWO
Bellevue College women’s basketball continue their winning ways, taking their first two league matches. Beginning with a home game on the BC campus January 5, hosting Shoreline, the Bulldogs dawdled a bit during the first half to have only a one-point lead going into intermission. Coming out of the locker room, Bellevue women turned up the heat to boost three-point shots from 50% in the first half to nearly 78% in the second. Kelsey Sparks and A. C. DenHartog led scoring for Bellevue at 19 points each, with Kelly Sutherland contributing 10 points and a scorching 13 rebounds. With the final whistle, Bellevue entered their first league match into the win column with a score of 70-53 over Shoreline.
North Division league play continued over the weekend with a road trip to Port Angeles Saturday, Jan. 8, to play host Peninsula College. Freshman DenHartog, shooting at 80% from the floor, pulled in a game-high 22 points for Bellevue. Starters Sparks and Sanda Milovic provided additional strength for the Bulldogs with Sparks’ 17 points, and Milovic’s double-double 13 points and 10 rebounds. Bellevue bested the Pirates 67-40 to close out the weekend.
Next up, the Bellevue women (2-0, 9-3) travel to Bremerton for a game against Olympic (0-2, 3-7) on Saturday, Jan. 15, at 2 p.m. On Monday, Jan. 17, Martin Luther King Holiday, the Bulldogs host perennial rival Skagit Valley College (2-0, 8-3), with the contest beginning at 5:30 p.m.
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