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Woodbury senior guard Kayla Bilski scored a game-high 18 points in a 45-42 loss to Stillwater last week. (Submitted photo by Scott Briggs)
Woodbury senior guard Kayla Bilski scored a game-high 18 points in a 45-42 loss to Stillwater last week. (Submitted photo by Scott Briggs)

Woodbury girls basketball: Royals’ losing streak hits nine

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The Woodbury girls basketball team will probably be happy when January is over.

The Royals have yet to win in the month of January and are currently riding a nine-game losing streak. Woodbury’s last win was on Dec. 20 against Hastings.

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Most recently, Woodbury got doubled-up by Suburban East Conference rival Park in a 66-33 loss at home on Tuesday, Jan. 24, before being edged by Stillwater 45-42 on Friday in Woodbury.

Ninth-ranked Park (12-3; 8-0 SEC) opened up a 37-15 halftime lead on the Royals then cruised to the 33-point win with a 29-18 second half.

Nobody hit double figures in scoring for Woodbury (5-10; 2-7 SEC) in the loss. Ellie Kreibch and Kayla Bilski led the way with six points each.

Park’s Sydney Lamberty led all players in the game with 20 points. Lamberty, a senior, went over 2,000 career points in the Wolfpack’s win.

On Friday against Stillwater, Woodbury came back from a 28-17 halftime deficit to the Ponies (7-10; 3-6 SEC), but came up just short. The Royals outscored Stillwater 25-17 in the second half.

Bilski scored a game-high 18 points in the loss. Elizabeth Edinger chipped in seven points for the Royals. Paige Becker led Stillwater with 17 points.

Next, Woodbury is at Hastings (1-12; 0-9 SEC) on Friday.

—Patrick Johnson

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Patrick Johnson has been the South Washington County Bulletin’s sports editor since 2008. He reports on and oversees coverage of high school and amateur sports in south Washington County and Woodbury. Prior to joining the Bulletin, Johnson worked for other Twin Cities suburban newspapers. He is a University of Minnesota graduate.
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