Wolverines split first games of season

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Wolverines split first games of season

Girls win opener under new coach, fall against Navajo Prep
Bayfield junior Jordan Lanning (10) sees a clear path into the lane, away from Mancos' Ashley Cole (15) during last Saturday's season-opener inside the Mancos Performance Center. With

13 points against the Jays, and then 11 versus Farmington Navajo prep three days later, Lanning has been BHS' leading scorer overall in the season's early goings.
Josh Kitchen, the new Bayfield girls' basketball head coach, demonstrates positioning to his team during drills prior to last Saturday's season-opener at Mancos. BHS defeated the Blue Jays 47-31.
Led by senior Tiarra Christensen (center), the Bayfield Wolverines went confidently into last Saturday's season-opener at Mancos.
Bayfield senior Tiarra Christensen (left) tries maneuvering around Farmington (N.M.) Navajo Prep's Taylor Woody (1) during the girls' home-opener Tuesday night inside BHS Gymnasium. Goings were tough against the Eagles; BHS fell 61-32.
Bayfield girls' basketball head coach Josh Kitchen calms down his team during a timeout in Tuesday night's home-opener versus Farmington Navajo Prep. Kitchen's crew went 1-1 in the 2017-18 season's first two games.

Wolverines split first games of season

Bayfield junior Jordan Lanning (10) sees a clear path into the lane, away from Mancos' Ashley Cole (15) during last Saturday's season-opener inside the Mancos Performance Center. With

13 points against the Jays, and then 11 versus Farmington Navajo prep three days later, Lanning has been BHS' leading scorer overall in the season's early goings.
Josh Kitchen, the new Bayfield girls' basketball head coach, demonstrates positioning to his team during drills prior to last Saturday's season-opener at Mancos. BHS defeated the Blue Jays 47-31.
Led by senior Tiarra Christensen (center), the Bayfield Wolverines went confidently into last Saturday's season-opener at Mancos.
Bayfield senior Tiarra Christensen (left) tries maneuvering around Farmington (N.M.) Navajo Prep's Taylor Woody (1) during the girls' home-opener Tuesday night inside BHS Gymnasium. Goings were tough against the Eagles; BHS fell 61-32.
Bayfield girls' basketball head coach Josh Kitchen calms down his team during a timeout in Tuesday night's home-opener versus Farmington Navajo Prep. Kitchen's crew went 1-1 in the 2017-18 season's first two games.
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