Women's Basketball / November 5, 2019 By Kasey McDowell


The Mulvane Middle School girls basketball kicked off the season at Winfield on Monday, November 4th after a limited number practices due to the split schedule this season. The 7th grade games were swept by the Wildcats while the 8th grade split with 8A and 8B.

In the 7A game, "Olivia Ellis led the team with 13 points. The girls defensive pressure really made the Winfield girls uncomfortable. We also did a great job rebounding and eliminating second chance points. Madi Cunningham led the team with 10 rebounds" said Coach Hansen. Lexi Cunningham finished with 6 points, Rylee Dieker, Kierra Cain, and Madi Cunningham all finished the game with 2 points each.

7A   1  2  3  4  Final
MMS: 8  4  6  7  25
WMS: 7  2  6  4  19



In the 7B game, "MaKaylen Warner and Jade Smallwood led the girls with 9 and 8 points. Mackenzie Christian led the girls B team in rebounds with 10. MaKenna Treat played tough defense and had several steals that led to easy transition points" said Coach Hansen. Brodee Ferry, Regan Witt, and Izzy Loveless all finished with 2 points each.

7B   1  2   3  4  Final
MMS: 2  0  13  8  23
WMS: 2  4   2  2  10
 

In the 8A game, "The A team has a lot to work on in practice the next 2 days.  Lost 16-31 which all happened in the last quarter.  They have a 6 foot 8th grader that had all 18 points in the paint.  We need to get more comfortable with the new offense and make a few tweaks.  Just need to get our basketball legs back underneath us" said Coach Banzet. Teagan Garrison and Madison Shaw led the Cats with 7 points each and Ashlyn Alumbaugh had the other 2 points in the game.

8A   1  2  3   4  Final
MMS: 4  4  2   6  16
WMS: 6  4  5  16  31



In the 8B game, the Cats had no trouble taking down the Vikings as they won 40-9. Blake Justice led Cats with 10 points, Madision Phipps finished the game with 7 points, Madison Dunbar and Katelynn Murray both finished with 6 points, Ashley Young finished with 4 points, Mariah Cowin with 4 points, and Kasey Dillon with 2 points.

8B   1  2   3  4  Final
MMS: 6  9  19  6  40
WMS: 2  1   4  2   9


The Lady Cats will take on Prairie Hills in the first Patriot League matchup on Thursday, November 7th at Prairie Hills, games starting at 5:00 PM.


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