With 19 points from Carly Shepard, the Wakefield Owls defeated the Trinity Christian girls basketball team, 37-28, Wednesday on the road in Fairfax.
After taking a 7-6 lead by the end of the first quarter and leading 21-19 at halftime, Wakefield used a 13-8 run in the third quarter to clinch victory. The Owls improved their record to 11-12, but going forward they may have to play without their top two point guards due to injury.
Shepard also led Wakefield with six of the Owls' 17 steals while Kristen Guinney and Juliana Parra had four each. Elizabeth Miller added nine points while Sophia Olmstead had 10 rebounds and Parra had five.
Previously, on Monday, Wakefield beat Foxcroft, 30-21, on the road in Middleburg thanks to a 12-4 run in the first quarter. The Owls led only 14-11 at halftime but expanded that to 22-14 by the end of the third period.
Shepard had 11 points while Olmstead and Parra had five each. Shepard also had five steals and two blocks while Parra had four steals.
Wakefield lost to Highland