MOULTON — Things went from bad to worst in the fourth quarter in the Waelder Lady Wildcats’ 71-15 loss against the state-ranked Moulton Kittens last Friday, Jan. 4.
Losing 57-12 early in the fourth, senior starter Brejhai Montgomery went down with an apparent leg injury, forcing Waelder to finish the game out with a much younger and inexperienced squad. Moulton finished the game on a 14-3 run to win by 56 points.
Montgomery accounted for seven of the 15 points scored. Sophomore Raven Rodriguez scored six points, two shots behind the three-point arc.
The Lady Cats were limited to four points in the first half, losing 42-4 against Moulton who are currently ranked fourth in Class 1A girls hoops.
Waelder travels to take on McDade on Friday, with a scheduled tipoff of 6 p.m. before their bye next Tuesday.
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Brejhai Montgomery (52) had a team-leading seven points before exiting the game early in the fourth quarter with an apparent leg injury. Waelder lost 71-15 to the Moulton Kittens who are currently ranked fourth in Class 1A girls basketball.