Holmes hurt in win at Wooster
South Tahoe High’s second win of the Sierra Division girls’ basketball season on Tuesday night may have come at a costly price.
The Vikings held off Wooster 49-47 in Reno, but senior point guard Alexis Holmes suffered an undetermined injury to her lower leg in the closing minute.
“It was a good win, but we’ll see about Alexis,” said STHS coach Chris Holmes, whose daughter nearly recorded a triple double against the Colts. Alexis Holmes had 12 points, nine assists and eight rebounds.
“She’s really grown into her point guard role, sacrificing her offense to get other people involved,” coach Holmes said.
Terra Backinger led the Vikings with 17 points.
Vikings’ senior Alexis Nunes-Fenley made two crucial foul shots at the end, and Wooster’s final shot became wedged between the backboard and rim.
South Tahoe’s freshman girls’ basketball team picked up its fourth win of the season on Friday. The Vikings defeated Damonte Ranch 35-25 behind 14 points by Brooke King and 10 rebounds from Drew Norberg. Annie Kate Genasci and Emily Rives combined for 15 STHS points.
Wooster defeated South Tahoe 37-26 on Tuesday in South Lake Tahoe. King scored seven points, while Genasci pulled down nine rebounds. Melanie Grady chipped in six points for South Tahoe.
The Vikings are 4-6 overall, including 3-6 in league games.