WOODWARD — A strong third quarter helped carry the Woodward-Granger girls to a 49-33 win over visiting Ogden Friday, with the Bulldogs topping the host boys, 58-46, in the nightcap.
Grace Deputy continued her strong play for W-G (2-5, 2-3) by leading all scorers with 20 points while grabbing 11 rebounds.
W-G led, 24-17, at halftime, then used a 16-7 third quarter run to open a 40-24 lead. That proved too much for Ogden (0-6, 0-4) to overcome, and the hosts claimed the league victory.
Darby Nixon added 12 points and Ava Petersen eight for the hosts, with Jenna Achenbach providing five points and Rian Jamison four. Nixon had six boards and five steals, with Jamison pulling down five caroms.
Reagan Church had 10 points and Kaliegh Badker six for the guests. Katleyn Ellis had five points, Joelle Consier four, Reagan Carter and Emma Moorman three apiece and Lillie Ferguson two. Church had 11 rebounds and Consier six.
The Bulldogs (3-3, 2-2) held a 12-10 edge after eight minutes of play in the boys game, bu the Hawks (1-5, 1-3) rallied to enter the intermission leading, 25-23. A 23-15 scoring edge by the guests in the third quarter proved too much for the home team to counter in suffering the loss.
Coby Peters led W-G with 17 points, with Walker Deputy and Carter Moran each scoring eight points. Brody Nardini had six points, Trevor Simmons four, Worth Henry two and Dylan Backe 1.
Deputy recorded seven rebounds and Peters five, with Backe tallying five assists and four steals.
Jack Christensen (20), Kolby Moorman (19), Lane Snedden (18), and Noah Lingren (1) providing the scoring for Ogden. Moorman had 11 rebounds and Snedden six to help aid the Bulldog cause.
The W-G boys will play host Collins-Maxwell in a junior varsity/varsity set Tuesday, while Friday’s victory was the final pre-holiday game for the Hawk girls.