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Lady Trojans hold off late charge by Seeley Swan

DRUMMOND – The Drummond Lady Trojans held leads as big as 19 points in the second half, but a hard-charging Lady Blackhawk squad from Seeley Swan fought back to lose by six, 32-26, Friday night in Drummond.

The win elevates Drummond to 3-1, a game behind Lincoln who beat Valley Christian tonight at home 70-29. Seeley falls to 1-3.

Drummond never really got into its high-pressure, fast-paced game but nonetheless managed a 24-9 lead at halftime. They played visiting Seeley even in the fourth before the visiting Lady Blackhawks used a 13-3 fourth-quarter run to make it close.

“Tonight we were missing our first three girls off the bench, so it was a whole new look for us,” said DHS Girls Head Coach Logan Wilson. So we had some other people that had to step up.”

Wilson was referring to reserves players Sawyer Hessler, who suffered a minor injury in the junior varsity game, and Anna-Kate and Hazel Sawfer who had a family commitment to honor.

“It was a good chance for us to get those people in and get their feet wet,” continued Wilson. “Some things were pretty, some things weren’t … But we got the job done.”

Kimber Parsons led Drummond with 11 points to go along with seven steals. Remington Cline had 10 points and a team-high 11 steals, including Drummond’s first six points of the game in the opening period.

Lillian Boyd led the Lady Blackhawks with 10 points.

In a half junior varsity game, Seeley Swan squeaked by Drummond, 13-11. Piper Wetsch led the Lady Trojan JV with three points, with Hessler, Case James, and Kameron Wetsch each added two.

Drummond will play at home again Saturday as they host a non-district foe in Powell County. Games begin with JV action at 3:30.



Seeley Swan – 5/4/4/13 – 26

Drummond – 9/15/4/3 – 32

Seeley Swan – Matthew 2, Kilpatrick 2, Boyd 10, Gleason 6, Richardson 6

Drummond – Parsons 11, Nelson 3, Parke 5, RCline 10, CCline 3


Boys Varsity

A blistering first period paved the way for the Drummond Trojans to beat Seeley Swan and remain unbeaten in District 13C play at 4-0.

The locals needed the win as Lincoln beat Valley Christian at home Friday night, 59-31, to also advance to 4-0.

Starter Scott Parke and reserve Dalton Suthers combined to score 14 of Drummond’s 28 first-quarter points, giving their team the margin they’d need to secure the win.

“I felt like we played pretty good defense for the most part,” said DHS Boys head Coach Levi Parsons. “We got a little hurried on offense every once in a while, but the kids made good decisions a lot of the time.

Parsons noted the ability of his team to control the ball and limit mistakes, stating that the Trojans only had two turnovers at halftime.

Parke finished with a game-high 22 for Drummond, with Brody Rasor adding 10 and Suthers nine.

In Junior Varsity action, Seeley bested the Trojans 68-52. Michael Goettle led Drummond with 12 points while Isaac Loesberg added 11.



Seeley Swan – 8/12/15/13 – 48

Drummond – 23/12/14/13 – 62

Seeley Swan – Gonzalez 1, McClure 5, Little Coyote 13, Irwin 6, Kauffman 11, Bravold 1, Wilkinson 4, Dunster 7

Drummond – Rasor 10, Parke 22, James 7, Graveley 2, Suthers 9, Phillips 7, McNally 5

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