Buffalo High School junior Lexi Rule and Wheatland sophomore Kendall Schaffner watch as Lexi’s free throw falls into the basket on Friday night. Rule successfully scored both of her free throw shots. Buffalo scored on 13 of 18 free throws against Wheatland.
Buffalo High School junior Kendall Tietjen jumps for a shot while leaning against Wheatland sophomore Jadea Graves on Friday night. Tietjen played in all four quarters of the game and was Buffalo’s lead scorer with a total of 13 points.
Wheatland High School senior Rory Anderson balances on her tip toes while shooting a free throw in the first half on Friday night. Anderson’s bright knee high shocks had hearts on one leg and stripes on the other.
Buffalo High School head coach Michelle Dahlberg answers a question from junior Danica Boyce during halftime on Friday night. Girls who hadn’t yet played in the game kept masks on while the girls already together on the court kept masks off.
Buffalo High School freshman Cassidy Bessler lays on the ground while head coach Michelle Dahlberg stretches out her leg on Friday night. They were trying to work some leg cramps and ultimately grabbed a heating pad to help on the bench.
Buffalo High School freshman Cassidy Bessler launches a pass to teammate Cantrell Rosalez on Friday night. With a solid lead, most starters were pulled out with a few minutes left in the game to allow everyone on the varsity roster to get court time.
The Buffalo High School varsity girls scored back-to-back wins this weekend, handily defeating both Wheatland and Burns. Kendall Tietjen was Buffalo's leading scorer against Wheatland with 13 total points and Tess Rule led Buffalo against Wheatland with 18 points. Buffalo will host their next home game on Friday night, Jan. 22.