Tuesday’s (11-27-18) girls basketball recap
KINGSLEY — Kingsley-Pierson scored their most points in a game in four years with a 89-63 rout of Lawton-Bronson. A one-point game after a quarter quickly got out of hand as the Panthers scored 31 points in the second quarter and took a 13-point advantage into the locker room. The 89 points scored is most by the team since a 95-32 win over Whiting on Dec. 19, 2014.
Four players scored in double digits for the Panthers including Jayde Barto who finished with a double-double. She scored 21 points and grabbed 10 rebounds in the game. Her scoring output still wasn’t tops on the team as Delaney Iseminger poured in 23 as she knocked down 6-of-9 shots from beyond the arc.
Madison Goodwin had an all-around good game despite missing all six of her 3-point attempts. The team’s lone senior ended with 14 points, seven rebounds, a team-high five assists and tied for most steals with four. Younger sister McKenzie added 13 points and eight rebounds for the team.
Abbi Bailey ended just short of double digits with nine points as she had four steals and three assists. Rachel Bohle made all three of her shots from the field and finished with seven points after tacking on a free throw.
Kingsley-Pierson (2-0) will travel to face OA-BCIG on Friday.
EVERLY — The third quarter proved to be the difference-maker as Clay Central-Everly came away with a 60-42 win over Remsen St. Mary’s. The Hawks trailed by just five at halftime, but the Mavericks pulled away out of the intermission by outscoring RSM 23-9 in the third.
“It is a work in progress,” RSM Head Caoch Scott Willman said. “We are short four of our 12 players and are working to fill new roles on the court. Our successes will come from how well we pick up roles, learn the skills and are able to make adjustments.”
Brittany Johnson led the Hawks with 22 points, eight rebounds and three blocked shots. She was able to get to the free-throw line 10 times and converted on eight of her shots from there.
“Brittany Johnson had a breakout game,” Willman said. “We will need to have more of this type of breakout from our juniors and sophomores as most were averaging 2-5 points last season.”
Sydney Schroeder added 14 points with a pair of 3-pointers. Tori Galles had the team’s other 3-pointer for her only points of the game as she dished out six assists.
RSM (0-2) will travel to play South O’Brien on Friday.
PAULLINA — Hinton led 18-16 after a quarter, but South O’Brien pulled away after that for a 67-42 victory.
Taryn Hintz led the Wolverines with 17 points, 11 rebounds and four blocks in the game. Hannah Dau added an unconventional double-double with 13 points and 11 assists for the team. Kaylee Jacobs connected on three triples as she ended with 15 points.
Hinton falls to 0-2 on the season. Statistical leaders for Hinton were unavailable at press time.