Lady Warrior Basketball Host Buffalo In Season Finale
Written by Chance Bond on February 24, 2023
The Lady Warriors will host the Buffalo Lady Bison Friday Night for the Final regular season game of 2022-2023.
It will be Senior Night for the Lady Warriors as they will Celebrate Senior Reece Sanford.
Worland is 4-15 overall and 1-5 in the conference.
Buffalo is 15-3 overall and 5-0 in their conference, the Lady Bison are the Wyoming 3A number 2 ranked team.
The Lady Bisons’ losses are to Scottsbluff, NE 57-41, Wyoming 4A number 1 Cody 78-53, and Wyoming 3A number 1 Douglas 58-52.
Buffalo has won 9 in a row.
The Lady Bison are Wyoming 3A Girls Basketball number 1 ranked scoring offense averaging 61.9 points per game with a 40.1 shooting percentage that is ranked 4th.
Defensively Buffalo is ranked 9th allowing 43.8 points per game, they average 31.8 rebounds per game which is 6th in Wyoming 3A girls’ basketball.
The Lady Warriors are the 15th-ranked offense in Wyoming 3A girls’ basketball averaging 34.4 points per game with a shooting percentage of 29.7%, 14th overall.
Defensively Worland is ranked 12th allowing 47.2 points per game with 24.8 rebounds per game, 15th in Wyoming 3A girls’ basketball.
Worland is led in scoring by Junior Yahaira Aguayo with 8.9 points per game average Yahaira has a 3-point shooting percentage of 24% having made 17 of 71 shots from beyond the arch.
The second leading scorer for Worland is Junior Nayelli Aguayo averaging 6.2 points per game, Nayelli also leads the team in steals with 57 and assists with 44.
Junior Manaia Peterson leads the team in rebounding averaging 5.5 per game with 104 on the season.
A statistic of note: Sophomore MacKenzie Ray is 30 for 35 from the free throw line 86% shooter ranked number 4 in Wyoming 3A girls basketball.
The Lady Bison have 4 players averaging over 9 points per game: Senior Cantell Rosalez with 9.9, Junior Grace Peterson with 9.8, Freshman Karly Davis with 9.7, and Sophomore Kamy Davis with 9.2.
Bessler leads the team in assists with 54, blocks with 10, and has 48 steals this season.
Rosalez lead the team with 38% 3-point shooting at 21 for 56, followed by Davis at 20 for 63 for 32%.
Grace Peterson leads the team in rebounding with 113 this season and averaging 6.3 per contest.
The social media platform of WyoPredicts @predictswyo has weighted the percentage of chance of winning below.
Final Friday of the regular season 🏀
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