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November 29, 2012

Vikings press Lakers out of Kavanaugh




While the length of time Bullock will be missed is not certain, it is anticipated she will miss some time.


“We were a bit short,” Holt said. “We’re not sure exactly on the time table. Obviously it will not be a situation where she will be back by next week. She’s going to take some time off, rest, and see how her back does.”


Holt is hoping the absence of his sophomore will lead to valuable playing time in her absence. He’s hoping the injury will bring a rainbow until her return.


“Hopefully we can get better without her,” Holt said. “When we get her back, we’ll hopefully be a better team with a stronger bench when she returns. She had back difficulties for quite some time, and it kind of reared its ugly head at the end of volleyball. Hannah’s situation just requires her to shut it down for a little while.”


While the Vikings and Lakers played nearly even after the pressure-filled opening quarter, the Lakers never really cut into the Barr-Reeve lead.


Holt took off the press after the initial damage had been done.


Barr-Reeve started both the third and four quarters with good surges that took away any thoughts of second-half comebacks, and outscored Shakamak, 19-17, in the second quarter as well.


“Sometimes a team will come out with a 20-point lead in the second half and struggle,” Holt said. “I thought we had very good possessions to start the second half with baskets on the first three possessions.”




Shakamak        4 17 13 15 Ñ 49


Barr-Reeve      22 19 11 11 Ñ 69


Shakamak (49) - Beck 1 0-00 0 2, Phipps 5 3-5 2 14, -Hudson 3 0-0 1 6, Fulford 2 2-2 0 7, Gallagher 0 0-2 3 0, Samm 0 0-0 0 0, Beck 0 0-0 0 0, Pilant 100 0-0 1 20, Kaho 00 0-0 0 0. Totals 21 5-7 7 49.


Barr-Reeve (69) - Pruett 0 0-0 0 00, Knepp 5 1-2 1 11, Miller 0 0-0 1 0, Cucmmings 5 0-0 3 12, Lengacher 2 0-0 0 6, Graber 9 0-1 1 19, Chestnut 1 2-2 0 4, Kenney 88 1-2 2 17, Courdret 0 0-0 1 0. Totals 30 5-7 8 69.


3-points goals: Shakamak 2 (Phipps 1, Fulford 1), Barr-Reeve 4 (CUmmings 2, Lengacher 2).


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