BULLDOGS SUFFER 20-POINT LOSS AT BLUE MOUNTAIN
For their final pre-season match, the Bulldogs women’s basketball team traveled to Pendleton, Oregon, to take on the Blue Mountain Timberwolves on Dec. 30. The game started out poorly for the Bulldogs, “We simply couldn’t hit anything,” said Coach Brent Hermanson. The Bulldogs shot a miserable 26.7% from the field on 8/30, going 0/6 from behind the arc and 4/8 from the free throw line. “I’ve seen some bad shooting before, but this might have been our worst in the five years I’ve been coaching at Bellevue,” commented Hermanson. To make matters worse, the Bulldogs couldn’t get any stops defensively, as the Timberwolves shot 55.2% from the field, 42.9% from beyond the arc and 100% from the line. The Bulldogs found themselves down at the half 39-20.
Bellevue women finish pre-season with a record of 8-3, and head into league play with work to do. They take to the road Wednesday, Jan. 4, and head to Bremerton to play North region rival Olympic College (0-7), game time 5 p.m.
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