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Rye Lady T-Bolts District 6 Tourney
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Photo by Sue Barcus
The Lady T-Bolts resilience held as they captured the 2A District 6 Girls Basketball Championship for 2020. L to R top row: Gracie Graham, Grace Lesser, A.J. Ramos, Morgan Elarton, Sydney Adamson, Sophie Adamson. Bottom row L to R: Rachel Moats, Lauren Gallegos, Chloe Richardson, Jolee Ortiz, Jocie Kirkland.
Photo by Sue Barcus
Junior, Jolee Ortiz, one of the team captains, was unstoppable against Swink and Rocky Ford during the 2A District 6 Girls Basketball Tournament at La Junta High School on Feb. 27 & 28. Rye beat Swink 38-33 and Rocky Ford 43-23. The Lady T-Bolts from the Rocky Ford game had players with double-digit rebounds, girls shooting 100% from the field, an amazing defensive effort, single digit turnovers and amazing bench contributions emphasized Coach Spencer. “The bulk of our scoring come from what we do as a team,” said Spencer.
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On Tuesday, February 25th, Rye Lady “T-Bolts” started the District 6, 2A bracket by hosting the Crowley County “Chargers”. This game started slow, with almost four minutes gone before the first score. Rye’s defense was in a “man-to-man”, while CC started with a “zone” defense. CC had the height advantage, with three of their starters visibly taller than the Rye players. The zone defense by CC was a bad choice. The only thing keeping CC in the game was Rye’s inability, at first, to hit their shots. With about 2:18 left in the first, Rye got it going and scored six straight on the fast break. It was all over but the shoutin’ at that point.

The trio of Sophie, Sydney, and Jolee ran their now famous full court press / fast break on eight cylinders, keeping CC on their heels. At the half, Rye was up 20 - 7. The second half was more of the same. Rye continued, ending the third with a score of 40 - 14. Coach Spencer was able to give some experience to several JV players in the fourth. Rye wins,

47 - 26, and continues through the bracket.

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