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Rye Lady T-Bolts Hoopsters
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Rye's Lady T-Bolts overwhelmed the Holly High Wildcats on Jan. 10 during a home conference game beating them 64-29. Sophie Adamson #20 wrapped up the game with 20 points, 9 assists and 7 rebounds.
 
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On Friday, January 10th, your 7-0 Rye Lady “T-Bolts” hosted the Holly “Wildcats” in a much-anticipated conference matchup. Rye started off with good ball movement, orchestrated by Sophomore floor general Jolee Ortiz. Rye’s full court press and fast break combo had Holly on their heels. The T-Bolts hit a 45% average from the floor, and recorded 14 steals for the contest.

Ortiz led the “Bolts” scoring with 22 points. Her outside shot wasn’t dropping, so she started driving the lane for lay-ups, getting fouled in the process. She went 7 for 8 from the free throw line. Sophie Anderson was close behind Ortiz with 20 total points.

Defensively, Chloe Richardson and A.J. Ramos were all over the floor, saving several possessions each with plain old hustle. Morgan Elarton was also strong under the net, bringing down six rebounds.

True to the hype, Holly did have a height advantage, and a formidable presence under the basket. Rye had some difficulty, initially, “boxing” out the taller players. As a result, Rye clung to a 25-21 lead at the half. However, the third quarter belonged to Rye. Their press led to steals, which led to fast break lay-ups. Rye out-scored Holly 20-2 in the third. The fourth quarter pretty much mirrored the third, with Rye scoring 18 points to Holly’s six.

With a little less than two minutes left, Rye put in several JV team players. Rye defeats Holly with a score of 64-29, and remains undefeated at 8-0.

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