The 2018-19 high school girls’ basketball season ended Saturday night for the Greene County Rams. First year head coach Tyler Westhoff’s team lost a Class 3A Region 2 first round contest vs. the Carroll Tigers at Carroll High by a 61-26 final. The Rams finish the season with a 1-21 record, while the Tigers move on to round two with a 14-8 mark.
The Rams led 2-0 before the Tigers put on a 19-1 run, and cruised from there. The halftime score was 39-11 and the 35-point rule involving a continuous clock went into effect late in the game.
Carroll had 10 players score two or more points and were led by reserve Rachel White with 10 points, all in the second quarter. The Rams were led by Izzy Bravard, who scored nine of her game-high 11 points in the first half.
The Tigers made four shots from three-point range, were unofficially 19 of 52 from the field and 18 of 25 from the free throw line. They turned the ball over 12 times. The Rams had 26 turnovers to go with eight of 30 shooting from the field, 10 of 18 from the foul line, and Greene County went without a three-point goal.
There are no seniors on the Greene County team.