HHS falls 68-48


By Mark Huber - mhuber@civitasmedia.com



Hillsboro’s Madi Marsh gets fouled as she handles the ball for the Lady Indians Wednesday night.

Hillsboro’s Madi Marsh gets fouled as she handles the ball for the Lady Indians Wednesday night.


Mark Huber | Civitas Media Service

So much for the Wilmington High School girls basketball team dealing with a hangover from the upset win of Clinton-Massie Saturday night.

The Lady Hurricane forced 33 Hillsboro turnovers Wednesday night and used a 17-0 run in the first half to post a 68-48 win in South Central Ohio League play at the HHS gym.

Mya Jackson led the WHS offense with 17 points, despite not having a good shooting night.

Faith Sanderson added 14 points, but more importantly handed out 6 assists and came up with 4 steals. In the final period alone, Sanderson had 3 steals and 4 assists.

Leah Frisco had 7 points but grabbed 9 rebounds — 7 of them offensive. Katlyn Jamiel had 11 points and 6 rebounds.

For Hillsboro, Madison Snyder led all scorers with 25 points on 9 of 20 shooting. She grabbed 7 rebounds.

Natalie Sullivan also reached double figures with 11 points for Hillsboro.

Suzannah Johns got things started for the Lady Hurricane in the opening period, recording 4 steals as a whirling dervish on defense. That set the tone as Hillsboro had 10 turnovers in the 1st quarter.

It was a tight game early as the Lady Indians had a straight shooting eye. WHS led 16-12 late in the quarter when Jamiel drained a 3-pointer. Jackson hit a floater in the waning seconds of the 1st and the Lady ’Cane led 21-12.

Both teams struggled in the 2nd quarter but Wilmington found its stride late, finishing the first half on a 7-0 run and a 35-18 lead.

That scoring spree was extended to 17-0 in the 3rd quarter before Hillsboro’s Snyder stopped the run with an old-fashioned 3-point play. By then, it was all Wilmington, 45-21.

As the 4th quarter unfolded Snyder found the mark, scoring 10 points in the final stanza. The Lady Indians crept to within 61-48 before the Lady Hurricane scored the final 7 points of the game.

SUMMARY

Dec 16, 2015

@Hillsboro High School

Wilmington 68 Hillsboro 48

W 21.14.18.15…..68

H 12.06.14.16…..48

(68) WILMINGTON (fg-3fg-ft-tp) Jackson 8-0-1-17 S. Johns 4-0-0-8 Quallen 1-0-0-2 Sanderson 5-2-2-14 Frisco 3-0-1-7 J. Johns 0-0-0-0 Jamiel 2-2-5-11 Edingfield 3-0-1-7 Stewart 1-0-0-2. TOTALS 27-4-10-68

(48) HILLSBORO (fg-3fg-ft-tp) Sullivan 5-1-0-11 Snyder 9-0-7-25 Breeden 0-0-0-0 Marsh 0-0-1-1 Moberly 0-0-0-0 Babbitt 0-0-0-0 Grover 4-1-0-9 McCleese 0-0-0-0 Chaney 1-0-0-2. TOTALS 19-2-8-48

FIELD GOALS: W 27-67 (Jackson 8-24, Sanderson 5-9, S. Johns 4-8, Edingfield 3-6), H 19-42 (Snyder 9-20, Sullivan 5-10, Grover 4-8)

3 PT FIELD GOALS: W 4-10 (Sanderson 2-3, Jamiel 2-3), H 2-7 (Grover 1-2, Sullivan 1-3)

FREE THROWS: W 10-14 (Jamiel 5-6, Sanderson 2-2), H 8-16 (Snyder 7-11)

REBOUNDS: W-37 (Frisco 9, Jamiel 6, Edingfield 5, J. Johns 4, S. Johns 4, Jackson 3, Stewart 2); H-35 (Baucom 7, Sullivan 5, Moberly 4, Breeden 3, Groer 2, Chaney 2)

ASSISTS: W-16 (Sadnerson 6, S. Johns 3, Jackson 3, Frisco 2, Jamiel 2); H-12 (Marsh 3, Moberly 3, Sullivan 2)

STEALS: W-19 (S. Johns 5 Sanderson 4 Jackson 3 Quallen 3); H-3

BLOCKED SHOTS: W-0, H-0

TURNOVERS: W-16, H-33

Hillsboro’s Madi Marsh gets fouled as she handles the ball for the Lady Indians Wednesday night.
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