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By Stephen McKay
Sports Writer 

Leyton girls fall at home against Bridgeport


PCM - For The Sun-Telegraph

Leyton's Shaela Jenkins battles for a rebound during Tuesday night's game.

DALTON – After its shooting went ice cold in the third quarter, the Leyton High girls' basketball team wasn't able to duplicate its season-opening win over Bridgeport in a non-district game Tuesday night.

The Lady Warriors record slipped to 4-6 following the 38-24 loss to a team two school sizes larger. Leyton, however, maintains a solid 2-1 mark in District D2-11. The Bulldogs' record improved to 7-4 and they sit at 1-2 in District C2-12.

Dani McKay led the Warriors in scoring with six points, while Diedra Waite chipped in four. Kassidy Kildow of Bridgeport led all scorers with 14.


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