Cold shooting costs Tioga girls

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Tioga High School couldnt get its shooting dialed in for its home opener and fell 38-12 to Delhi in a non-league girls basketball game Monday night at Tenaya School in Groveland.

We have to work on our scoring, Tioga coach Jim McClure said. We certainly didnt have any shortage of shots.

Freshman center Amber Brooks scored five points and Vanessa Gilliam made a 3-pointer for the Timberwolves (0-2). McClure said once the shots start falling, Tioga will be more competitive.

The girls are playing hard and our defense is getting better and better, McClure said.

Tioga hosts Big Valley of Modesto at 5 p.m. Thursday.

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