February 06, 2008 IMLAY CITY — Lindsey Van Dyk netted 17 points, including three field goals of the three-point variety, and Josefine Egholm generated 11, featuring a pair of treys, as Imlay City handed visiting Yale a 49-41 setback in a Blue Water Area Conference varsity girls' basketball encounter last Saturday afternoon.
With the result, Imlay City improves to 10-6 and 6-4.
In Saturday's encounter, Yale grabbed a 7-6 edge after one quarter was complete.
Quarter number two, though, would belong to Imlay City.
Thanks to a 15-7 advantage there, Imlay City forged a 21-14 lead at the halftime break.
When the action resumed, Yale fought back with a 14-9 third quarter advantage.
That made it 30-28, Imlay City, at the 24-minute mark.
Imlay City then outscored Yale 19-13 the rest of the way, good enough for a 49-41 win.
Ashley Timmer (six points, with a triple) posted the next highest Imlay City point total. Alizabeth Caldwell and Taylor Palermo (five points, including a trifecta, apiece), Brynn Bertram (a triple) and Taylor Lee (two) supported their performances.
Janae Trombley paced Yale with 14 points, including a trifecta. Tianna Sheldon added 10 points to the Bulldogs' cause.