HHS falls 68-48


By Mark Huber - [email protected]



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.
http://timesgazette.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/12/web1_Marsh.jpgHillsboro’s Madi Marsh gets fouled as she handles the ball for the Lady Indians Wednesday night. Mark Huber | Civitas Media Service

By Mark Huber

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