Huskies girls hoops team plagued by injuries

Douglas County High squad had tough time against George Washington

Jim Benton
jbenton@coloradocommunitymedia.com
Posted 12/23/21

With the holiday break approaching, Douglas County girls basketball coach Dana Lentz has one wish. She would like to get at least two of her top three players back from injuries in January. Josie …

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Huskies girls hoops team plagued by injuries

Douglas County High squad had tough time against George Washington

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With the holiday break approaching, Douglas County girls basketball coach Dana Lentz has one wish.

She would like to get at least two of her top three players back from injuries in January.

Josie Hummel is out for the season with a torn ACL. Leading scorer Isabella Newbold is sidelined with a sprained shoulder and Aidyn Woodall has a sprained knee. Newbold and Woodall could be back in January.

In the meantime the Huskies (2-4) have to go with the players who have stepped up, such as Carly Dickson, Sonja Storm, Delaney Whitaker and Bradey Green.

“We are excited to push forward after the break and show people what we are made of,” said Lentz.

Douglas County turned the ball over many times in the Dec. 16 game against undefeated George Washington and suffered a 64-45 loss.

George Washington went off a 15-4 run at the start of the fourth quarter to take a 21-point lead and secure its sixth win of the season.

Dickson had 11 points against the Patriots and Cassidy Green came off the bench to also score 11 points. Sonja Storm had 10 points off the bench as well.

Starting point guard Bradey Green had two three-point baskets and finished with eight points.

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