DAYS CREEK — Carlie Dossman and Moriah Michaels played major roles, helping the Days Creek girls basketball team to a 46-30 Skyline League North win over Elkton Saturday night.

The Wolves (13-2, 5-0 North) kept their share of first place with North Douglas in the league standings. The Elks (13-3, 4-1) fell into third.

Dossman had a double-double with 15 points, 10 rebounds, seven steals and seven deflections. Michaels chipped in 14 points and five steals and Winter Woodruff grabbed 11 rebounds.

Allison Swearingen led the Elks with 14 points, including three 3-pointers. Hannah Maxwell, the Elks' leading scorer, was held to two points before fouling out.

"This win is definitely very significant," said D.C. coach Matt Crume. "It was all about composure. Our girls did a great job of handling their press."

ELKTON (30) — Allison Swearingen 14, Carnes 8, McCall 4, Maxwell 2, Olson 2, Byle, Halstead, T. Swearingen, Cox, Terrell, Yeaney. Totals 13 1-2 30.

DAYS CREEK (46) — Carlie Dossman 15, Michaels 14, J. Crume 6, Woodruff 4, Perez 3, Jackson 2, K. Crume 2, Ferch, Kruzic. Totals 18 10-23 46.


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3-Point Goals — Elk. 3 (A. Swearingen), D.C. 0. Total Fouls — Elk. 20, D.C 11. Fouled Out — McCall, Maxwell.

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