The Lady Dinos traveled to Spanish Fork to face the Maple Mountain Golden Eagles on Tuesday. The defense struggled in the second quarter, with the Eagles scoring 26 points to take a 39-26 lead into the half.
The Lady Dinos were down 56-39 at the end of the third. The team had their best defensive and offensive quarter in the fourth, though it was a little too late to pull off the comeback. The game ended with a final score of 67-60 in favor of the Golden Eagles.
Madison Orth was all over the stat board with a game-high 22 points, shooting 46%. She brought down eight boards, snagged four steals and had one block. Kylan Sorenson had a consistent scoring night, shooting 56% for 15 points. She also added nine rebounds and three steals. Amiah Timothy was all over the Lady Dinos, taking the ball away eight times and adding on a block. She had a team high four assists and scored 13 points.
With the loss, the Lady Dinos fall to 0-2 on the season, with both games being close away games. Next, they will play their first game at home against the 0-3 Union Cougars on Dec. 5, hoping to get that first win out of the way and rally for the rest of the season.