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Boys Basketball Falls to the Indians of Fort Defiance

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Lola Mulitalo
Senior Milo Mulitalo takes a free throw.

The Wildcat basketball team took their second loss of the week Wednesday Dec. 6. It was their second home game of the season, and they faced off against the Fort Defiance Indians. The game started off with an electric first half, with the Wildcats and Indians trading leads back and forth. 

However, the ‘Cats started to slow down in the second half, possibly due to having games on back to back nights. 

Senior guard Henry Lambert scored 11 points against the Indians. Lambert comments on the game, and how they can improve as the season progresses. 

“We started off with a great first half,” said Lambert, “But we got too tired when it came to the second. In the future, if we keep that same first half energy throughout the whole game, we are going to win.”

The match ended in a 71-91 loss for the Wildcats, leaving them with an 0-3 record. Junior forward Sam Ballstaedt led the team with 17 points, followed by Ian Johnson and Milo Mulitalo who each scored 14 and 13, respectively. 

The next home game for the Wildcats is Friday, Dec. 15 against East Rockingham High School, so come out and support your RCHS boys basketball program! 

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Nala Shearer
Nala Shearer, Editor-in-Chief
Nala Shearer is an Editor-in-Chief of the Prowler for the 2023-2024 school year. It is her second, and final, year in journalism, as she is a senior. Aside from devoting her heart and soul to journalism, she is also heavily involved in a few other organizations. Shearer captains the volleyball team and is an avid member of the lacrosse team. As well as sports, Shearer is also the social media manager of a local organization known as Project Connection. Though she has a busy schedule, Shearer loves her role with the Prowler because it allows her to reach out into her school and community. She cherishes the relationships that she has built with local small businesses through her restaurant reviews. After high school, Shearer is going to attend Gettysburg College to play volleyball and learn about the Civil War! 
Lola Mulitalo
Lola Mulitalo, Reporter
Sophomore Lola Mulitalo is a  first year reporter for theProwler. She loves being funny - some might even call her the dad joker. Lola always has a dad joke ready and can make any crowd stay quiet. When Lola isn’t cracking jokes, she likes to watch Tangled and compete in National Cotton Candy Eating Races. Lola participates in RCHS girls lacrosse team and basketball team. Although Lola likes to play basketball, lacrosse is where she thrives the most. After high school Lola plans on partnering with Elon Musk to continue charter flights to the moon and back. Mulitalo is thrilled to be in the journalism group and can’t wait to get started. 

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