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The Regents played against theRancho Cucamonga Cougars on Tuesday night at home. They played aninvigorating game that unfortunately resulted in a loss for the Regents. In the first quarter, Natalie Guillen #15, made two three-pointers, helping the Regents quickly add to their score. Senior Megan Bibal #12, also had a three-pointer. A member of the…
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Paul Olund

January 31, 2015

The Regents played against theRancho Cucamonga Cougars on Tuesday night at home. They played aninvigorating game that unfortunately resulted in a loss for the Regents.

In the first quarter, Natalie
Guillen #15, made two three-pointers, helping the Regents quickly add to their
score. Senior Megan Bibal #12, also had a three-pointer. A member of the
starting five, Havalin Nyivih #42, made a layup, helping lead the Regents to a
five-point advantage to end the first half.

Although the girls had a tough
third quarter scoring no points, they pushed through the fourth quarter playing
good defense to keep the Cougars from increasing their score. The girls ended
the third quarter with a close score of 26-22. The Regents made a total of five
points in the fourth quarter ending the game in triumph for the Cougars. The
final score was 42-27.

The varsity basketball team is 0-5
in league and 8-13 overall. The next game is January 30 against the Upland
Highlanders at Upland’s home court beginning at 4:45 p.m.
Come out to support the Regents!

– Vanessa Vela

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