BRYAN — Wayne Trace put three players in double figures and the Raiders played a solid four quarters in getting past Bryan 61-50 in non-league girls basketball action Tuesday night.

The Raiders took advantage of some solid free throw shooting, hitting 17 of 21 attempts on the night, and forced 27 Golden Bear turnovers in route to the victory.

“It was a good, solid, four quarter-effort,” commented Raider head coach Bethany DeJarnett. “The girls stepped up and made plays tonight. All of the girls came in and made plays.”

Trailing 29-28 at halftime, the host Golden Bears opened the second half with baskets from Kennedy Lamberson, McKendry Semer and Kayla Arnold to tie the game at 34-34.

Wayne Trace, though, answered with a Claire Sinn three-point play and a bucket by Brooke Sinn to go on top 39-34 with 4:11 left in the third quarter.

The Raiders would hold that lead throughout the rest of the quarter, getting a Gracie Gudakunst three-pointer to post a 43-38 advantage at the end of three periods.

“Different girls stepped up at different times tonight,” DeJarnett added. “Gracie, Claire, Brooke all hit shots for us. Miriam came in and forced turnovers and rebounded along with hitting free throws. Kaylee contributed in a lot of ways for us. Sadie didn’t score but she rebounded for us. It was just a total team effort tonight.”

Following a bucket by Arnold to open the fourth quarter scoring for Bryan, a three-pointer from Gudakunst and a Claire Sinn basket widened the Raider lead to 48-40.

The Golden Bears answered by hitting a trio of three-pointers, two from Kennedy Lamberson and another by Kelly Miller, to trim the deficit to 53-49.

However, Wayne Trace responded with consecutive baskets by sisters Claire and Brooke Sinn before a Miriam Sinn bucket pushed the Raider lead to 59-49 with 1:19 remaining.

Gudakunst then wrapped up the Raider scoring with a late basket to seal the 61-50 victory.

“This is a good win for us,” concluded DeJarnett. “Defensively, Bryan brings a different perspective than a lot of teams so it was good to be exposed to that and be able to play through it.”

Brooke Sinn led the way for the Raiders with 16 points while Claire Sinn and Gudakunst each chipped in 14.

Claire Sinn also added eight rebounds, five assists and five steals with Miriam Sinn grabbing four boards to go along with seven steals.

Wayne Trace finished the night 20 of 44 from the field (45 percent) compared to Bryan’s 17 of 37 (46 percent). The Raiders won the battle of the boards 27-24.

Kennedy Lamberson had 17 points to lead the Golden Bears.

Wayne Trace returns to action on Tuesday when the Raiders visit county rival Paulding.