OAKRIDGE — In a game that was extremely tight from start to finish, the Oakridge girls basketball team couldn’t break through and lost, 37-35 to Potter’s House on Tuesday night.  

Potter’s House finished the first quarter with a slim, 8-7 lead. Oakridge outscored Potter’s House, 12-10 in the second quarter 19-18 edge at the half.  

But Potter’s House came right back, outscoring Oakridge, 10-9 in the third period to tie the score, 28-28 going into the fourth quarter. Potter’s House had a 9-7 edge

in the final eight minutes.  

Anna Lundquist scored 16 points and hauled down nine rebounds and had two steals with one block for Oakridge. Lily Blackburn added six points, two steals, five rebounds and four assists.  

Oakridge is now 2-7 overall with its second consecutive loss. Next up for Oakridge is a road game at Whitehall in the West Michigan Conference on Thursday night.