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A statistical look at the Moffat County High School girls varsity basketball team

Ben Bulkeley

Amanda Snyder, right, a Moffat County High School senior, passes the ball to junior Callie Papoulas during practice Wednesday at the MCHS gym. The team will host Glenwood Springs High School at 6 p.m. Friday.

— As the Moffat County High School girls varsity basketball team approaches midseason, there are several numbers to consider.

Like two.

Thirteen games in the 2009-10 season, the Bulldogs (5-8 overall, 3-1 in the Western Slope League) are being led in scoring by a second-year forward.

Sophomore Annie Sadvar has averaged 9.8 points per game, including a 19-point outburst Jan. 16 against Delta High School.

Or 80.

When the Bulldogs lead after the first quarter, they have won 80 percent of their games.

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One number the Bulldogs would like to improve is 56.

The Bulldogs have shot 56 percent at the free-throw line this season, making 122 shots out of 219 attempts.

Moffat County's opponents have been to the line 235 times and made 118 shots for a 50 percent free-throw rate.

But this season, 12 seems to be the recurring number, as almost everyone on the team has contributed.

Senior Amanda Snyder is next on the team with 4.3 points per game, while sophomore Melissa Camilletti (4.2) and senior Lindsey Yoast (4.1) have averaged more than 4 buckets per game.

Juniors Lauren Roberts (3.5) and Britteny Ivers (3) have added points in the low post.

Senior Jessi Moser has scored 2.4 points per game, and junior Callie Papoulas has averaged two points per game.

For the season, the team has scored 492 points through 13 games, for an average of 37.8.

Moffat County has allowed 560 points, or 43 points per game.

Those numbers stack up favorably with the rest of the Western Slope League, where two teams have 4-0 records (Steamboat Springs and Rifle), two teams have 3-1 records (Moffat County and Glenwood Springs), two teams have 1-3 records (Delta and Palisade) and two teams have 0-4 records (Battle Mountain and Eagle Valley).

Palisade High School has scored 350 total points, or 31.8 points per game, while having allowed 519 total points, or 47.1 per game.

Rifle has scored 695 points this season, or an impressive 57.9 points per game.

The Bears have allowed 516 points, or 43 per game.

Steamboat Springs has scored 46.3 per game and have given up 42.6 points per game.

Eagle Valley High School has scored an average of 46.3 points per game, while allowing 46.8.

Delta High School has scored 43 and allowed 53.2 per game.

Battle Mountain High School has scored 25.6 points per game while allowing 64.8 per game.

The next number Moffat County will look for is four.

The Bulldogs will seek out their fourth league win at 6 p.m. Friday, when Glenwood Springs comes to Moffat County.

The Demons are coming off three straight league victories and are tied with the Bulldogs with a league record of 3-1.

Glenwood Springs has scored 49.5 points per game and allowed 39.5 points per game.

Season statistics

Western Slope League girls basketball standings:

Team: League — Overall

Steamboat Springs: 4-0 — 9-3

Rifle: 4-0 — 8-4

Moffat County: 3-1 — 5-8

Glenwood Springs: 3-1 — 7-5

Delta: 1-3 — 2-7

Palisade: 1-3 — 1-10

Eagle Valley: 0-4 — 7-5

Battle Mountain: 0-4 — 0-13

Team scoring summary:

Name: Points — Game high — Ave.

Annie Sadvar: 128 — 19 — 9.8

Amanda Snyder: 56 — 14 — 4.3

Melissa Camilletti: 55 — 13 — 4.2

Lindsey Yoast: 53 — 8 — 4.1

Lauren Roberts: 45 — 11 — 3.5

Britteny Ivers: 39 — 12 — 3

Jessi Moser: 31 — 10 — 2.4

Callie Papoulas: 26 — 8 — 2

Nike Cleverly: 16 — 4 — 1.2

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