After a strong first half, West Hills girls varsity basketball fell apart in the third quarter, losing 63-51 in a game against Westview Thursday evening, vying for a wildcard slot in the Southern California Regionals.
The Wolf Pack started out great with a 15-2 lead, but was outscored 23-8 in the third quarter alone.
"We played a great fist half but did indeed fall apart in the third," said Wolf Pack coach Ryan Kinser.
"They struggled getting good shots versus their zone and defensively didn't find their three point shooters."
Kinser said stand out players of the season were Emily Cole, who averaged about 18 points a game, and Jessica Scott, who "made huge improvements from a year ago," and averaged about to 11 points and six rebounds per game.
"Overall it was a great season, with a share for the league title and a semifinal appearance," said Kinser. "This senior group had a lot of success here in our program and we're very proud of them."
Top Wolf Pack players of the game were Arielle Bowers, with 19 points, and Haley Forsberg, with 15 points and 16 rebounds.
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