DUNDEE—The Dundee girls basketball team lost to South Seneca, by two points, Friday, Feb. 5.
The game was almost tied at the last second, but Dundee missed a shot, making the end score 49-47. With 1:20 left on the clock, the two teams were tied at 45-45. South Seneca scored again, but Casi Strait tied the score with two free throw shots with 17 seconds on the clock. Scoring one last time, South Seneca took the final two-point lead.
Strait scored the most for Dundee with 19 points. She was followed by Sam Clingerman with 18 points. The Scots were 7-13 at the free throw line.
Coach Tom Pratt said South Seneca scored a lot more free throw shots, which was why they won. South Seneca was 22-29 at the foul line. Even though Dundee had more baskets on the court, he added.
"They played hard, but came up a little short," he said.
The Dundee girls basketball team plays next at Mynderse, Feb. 9.
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