Despite defensive intensity, offense still not there for Lummi girls

THE BELLINGHAM HERALDFebruary 4, 2014 

Lummi's girls' basketball team played stiff defense, but couldn't muster up enough offense as it lost to Tulalip Heritage 59-14 on Tuesday, Feb. 4, at Lummi High School. The Blackhawks were led by Treena Humphreys' six points.

"We pressured really well. In the last game (against Tulalip) they had 10 turnovers, so we doubled that with our press," Lummi coach Randy Kaui said in a phone interview. "Treena got hurt, so she sat out the second half, but she played tough."

Harley Ellenwood added four points and Issabella James had three more for Lummi. Kaui was impressed with the defensive play of both Ellenwood and James at the top of the Blackhawks' press.

Lummi plays next at 6:30 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 6, at Highland Christian.

TULALIP 59, LUMMI 14

Tulalip Heritage 12 17 20 10 - 59

Lummi 4 5 1 4 - 14

Tulalip Heritage: M. Ridley 0, A. Jones 14, M. Lukes 0, S. Moses 4, P. Verda 4, V. Williams 4, K. Tyler 23, S. Shopbell 2. Team totals: FT 8-13 59.

Lummi: Issabella James 3, Harley Ellenwood 4, Kylee Tomma 0, Sabryn Tom 0, Carla Lawrence 0, Thelma Wall 1, Marleneh Jefferson 0, Alexa Jefferson 0, Cherisse Sulkanum 0, Sarah Burke 0, Treena Humphreys 6. Team totals: FT 5-10 14.

3-ptg: Tulalip Heritage 6 (Tyler 6), Lummi 1 (James 1). Rebounds: No information reported. Assists: No information reported. Fouls: Tulalip Heritage 8 (Fouled out: none), Lummi 9 (Fouled out: none). Turnovers: Tulalip Heritage 20, Lummi 26.

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