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February 26, 2014, 10:45 am

Utica’s Rachel Londot (13) and Brittany Potes (10) defend against Bishop Ready’s Lauren Ruth in Tuesday’s Division III district semifinal at Worthington Christian Middle School.

Geoff Cowles/News Utica’s Rachel Londot (13) and Brittany Potes (10) defend against Bishop Ready’s Lauren Ruth in Tuesday’s Division III district semifinal at Worthington Christian Middle School. Buy Now

 

WESTERVILLE — The Utica Redskin girls basketball team could not get traction and simply ran out of steam.

The ’Skins fell to the Bishop Ready Silver Knights, 62-31, in Tuesday’s Division III district semifinal match at Worthington Christian Middle School.

The Knights disrupted the Redskins’ game plan and robbed them blind, stealing the ball 17 times. Utica’s 22 turnovers — to Ready’s six — was the most telling stat of the game.

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