Kitty Kats open district with win over Three Rivers
By Robert Proctor
Only having played one game since their win over Falls City on Dec. 8, it may have been expected that the Yorktown Kitty Kats would start out slow during their district-opener against Three Rivers Dec. 29. After going down 7-2 in the first few minutes, a timeout helped to flip a switch. Kadie Dueser hit a three to start a 13-3 run, which ended the opening quarter. It was all Yorktown from there, as they dealt Three Rivers their first district loss, 52-32.
“It kind of hurt us that in the last 20 days, we’ve played one game,” Yorktown coach Val Acree noted. “They’re [Three Rivers] good. They’re very well coached. They’re very physical. They’re very quick. I knew they were going to be a challenge. I’ve always felt the first district win is the hardest one to get. It’s always good to get that first one in your first game.”
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