Same opponent, similar results for the Wilcox-Hildreth girls as they downed Kenesaw for the second time in one week, this time by a score of 42-16. The Falcons flew to 8-2.
Both teams had a slow start to the contest, but Wil-Hil, thanks in part to a Sarah Jensen trey at the first period horn, led 7-0. Thereafter, the Falcons’ offense got rolling a bit more and their defense remained stingy, holding Kenesaw to just eight points through three quarters.
Wil-Hil was 14 of 45 (31%) from the floor and 11 of 19 (58%) at the foul line. The team had 15 defensive and 19 offensive rebounds, eight assists, 16 steals and 18 turnovers.
see January 11 Courier for full story