Lady Eagles fall to Warriors

Riley Mulder, Sports Editor

The lady Eagles fell 59-21 to the Warriors in Gettysburg’s home gym earlier this season.

The Eagles came into the game with a positive mindset along with their coach, Nick Staab. Unfortunately, it didn’t result on the scoreboard. Staab said, “We pushed until the end, and that is what I like to see.” The girls were exhausted and disappointed, but they didn’t let it weigh on their shoulders too much. 

Dover’s shots made percentage was only 19.2% while Gettysburg’s was 67.1%. Gettysburg has a couple of transfer players that does indeed impact the team. Some of them are shooters and guards who made their shooting percentage soar. Dover did have more offensive rebounds holding a number of 10 to Gettysburg’s 8. 

Eagle senior Ashley Goebeler said, “We had a good number of shot attempts, but they just didn’t fall our way tonight.” Goebeler was right. The Eagles had 28 shot attempts; unfortunately, they didn’t fall. Junior Riley Mulder was the leading scorer, with 7 of Dover’s 21 points. Sophomore Michaela Fink hit 100% of her foul shots.