After a slow start with an uninspired first quarter, the intensity picked up. Unfortunately, so did the fouls as we’ve had 3 consecutive halves of 9-11 fouls. Fortunately, it also led to some steals and some baskets. The offensive set some nice screens and made some nice passes which led to some open shots. The girls also hustled throughout the game, especially on defense. Leading scorer was Ana Kamai with 9 points, followed by Tessa Morello and Faye Clark with 4 points each. Chipping in with 2 points each were Sabrina Bibb, Jordan Horinger, Haley Trowbridge and Lindsey Nader.
- 16 Keystone Middle School
- 25 Brookside High School
|Keystone Middle School||vs||Brookside High School|