Women's Basketball / November 26, 2019 By Kasey McDowell

The Middle School Girls hosted Prairie Hills last night in a Patriot League match-up and the Wildcats went 3-1 against the Crusaders as the 8th girls swept them 34-15 and 39-6, and the 7th girls split 21-37 and 19-11.

The 8th girls A-team dominated the Crusaders in the 2nd and 4th quarters, outscoring them 25-7 combined and held them to zero points in the 4th quarter to hold on to the 34-15 win. Scoring was spread around as 7 different girls scored points and Teagan Garrison and Addison Mackey lead the team with 9 and 8 points respectively. Madison Shaw dropped in 6 points and Madison Dunbar and Avrie Warner scored 4 points each. Ashley Young scored 2 points and Courtney Cross scored 1 point. "Both teams played very well last night. Had solid halves for the first time. Hopefully this is a sign of things to come" said Coach Banzet.

8A    1   2  3   4   Final
MMS:  3  12  6  13   34
PHMS: 2   7  6   0   15

The 8th grade girls B-team also dominated the court and held the Crusaders to zero points in the 1st, 2nd, and 4th quarters for a 39-6 win. 7 girls also scored in the game and Justice Blake and Madison Phipps had monster games with 12 and 11 points respectively. Madison Dunbar, Elizabeth Blankenship, and Kasey Dillon all scored 4 points each and Ashlyn Alumbaugh and Miranda Clark both scored 2 points each.

8B    1   2   3   4   Final
MMS:  9  10  10  10   39
PHMS: 0   0   6   0    6

The 7A girls were in a close game until Prairie Hills took over in the 4th and the Wildcats lost 21-37. "We struggled from the free throw line (3-21). We forced bad shots and turned the ball over late in the game. Their full court pressure hurried us up and made us uncomfortable" said Coach Hansen. Prairie Hills got hot in the 4th quarter scoring 18 points. Olivia Ellis led the team with 7 points and Madi Cunningham led the team with 7 rebounds. Lexi Cunningham finished with 5 points, Makaylen Warner finished with 4 points, Rylee Dieker finished with 3 points, and Madi Cunningham finished with 2 points.

7A    1   2  3   4   Final
MMS:  4  10  3   4   21
PHMS: 8   2  9  18   37

"Kierra Cain, Jade Smallwood, and MaKenna Treat were super disruptive on defense. Jade had multiple steals and led the team with 7 points and 7 rebounds. Kierra scored 6 points and did a great job handling the ball when they brought full court pressure late in the game" said Hansen. Makenna Treat finished with 4 points and Regan Witt finished with 2 points.

7B    1   2  3  4   Final
MMS:  3  14  2  0   19
PHMS: 3   2  0  6   11

Going into the Thanksgiving break, the 8A girls are currently 5-4 on the season and 4-2 in league play. The 8B girls are 8-1 on the season and 6-0 in league play. The 7A girls are currently 4-5 on the season and 3-3 in league play. The 7B girls are 5-4 on the season and 4-2 in league play.

The girls will travel to Haysville next Tuesday, December 3rd for a league match-up against Haysville West with games starting at 5:00 PM.

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