Poor final quarters sends girls to fourth loss

A disappointing final quarter cost the Whitehall girls basketball team a win over Argyle last Friday.

The Railroaders allowed a game high 18 points and scored a game low nine points in the fourth quarter of a 54-51 loss to Argyle.

Victoria Christian scored a season high 19 points for Whitehall, fellow senior Rebecca Lavin added 12 points, and Ashley Davis scored seven points.

Jax Miller led the way for Argyle with 19 points and Christina Tucker scored 11 points.

The Railroaders scored 32 points in the first half and led by five points at halftime but were outscored 29-19 in the second half.

The loss drops Whitehall to 2-4 in the Adirondack League and 3-4 overall. They play at Warrensburg tomorrow night before hosting Fort Ann next Wednesday.

 

 

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