Sophomore In the twelfth week of the Sophomore Lady Hornets season they played their final two games. The first game brought visiting Richards to the Hornets Hive in a 34-36 loss. The girls came back from a 12 point deficit in the final moments of the game only to lose from a missed buzzer beater. The comeback charge was fueled by Freshman Vakare Ivoskis as she hit 3 three-pointers in the final moments to bring them within striking range. Even though the game ended in a loss this might have been their best played game of the season.
The final game had the girls visint cross-conference Glenbard West in a 22-33 loss. The girls took the lead most of the game before being hit with a few injuries which took the momentum from them. Junior Ella Hardman scored her 150th point for the season in this game with a few extra to give herself the best scoring season she has had yet. While the season was heavier on the loss side this group is something to watch for as they have shown to be a force to reckon with when they’re healthy. A big shout out to all the Young Lady Hornets on a great season and we look forward to next year. Freshman
Week of January 31st
Sophomore The eleventh week was an exciting one as the girls split their games with a loss and a win. The first game sent the girls to Proviso East where they had to face an intense senior night crowd with a short-handed JV team. The energy from the evening ended with a 22-37 loss but a big shout out goes to Freshmen Kallie King, Vasilia Polizois, Vivian Ling, Ava Chamberlain, and Marit Haile who stepped up to help out. Expect big things from this young group of girls. The second game brought the last conference play of the season to the home of the Young Lady Hornets. In the 21-17 win, the game was headed by Ella Hardman and Elysa Tobar who fought hard to make sure our girls took a win for us and our Seniors on their night. Great Job to our girls for their hard work as they make their way into the final week of the season.
Week of January 24th
Sophomore The tenth week of the season had the girls traveling for both games. In the first game the Young Lady Hornets faced cross-conference rival Hinsdale Central. In the 19-49 loss, the girls were fueled by Junior Sedra Alkhudari who had 7 assists before the Red Devils took over.
The second game the girls traveled to Willowbrook High School in what became a hard 11-23 loss. The girls were kept in the game by Freshman Vakare Ivoskis for the first half but the defense proved too much for the young point guard in the second half. As the season draws near its end, the girls are still fighting to end on a high note and we look forward to seeing how the upcoming games turn out.
Freshman 1/27: The girls start their 3 game road trip at Hinsdale Central. Winning the majority of this game, the girls couldn’t hold onto that lead and ending up losing 19-16. This was another big defensive battle between the 2 teams. Turnovers proved to be our downfall. Vivian Ling led the girls with 6 points. Also contributing was Vasilia Polizois with 4, Marit Haile with 3, Kallie King 2, and Rey Nwakudu with 1. The girls only made 3 of their 11 free throws; we know what we need to work on!
1/28: The freshman Lady Hornets traveled to Willowbrook on Friday for a game they had been waiting for for over a month. After a very tough fight with unfortunate early fouling, the girls lost this game 33-19. The girls got the score to within 4 after the 3rd quarter, but fell a part in the 4th. Too many turnovers. Hanin Taieddin led the Hornets with 8 points including 1 3 pointer. Also contributing for the Hornets was Marit Haile with 5, Vivian Ling 2, Vasilia Polizois 2, and Ava Chamberlain 2. The girls fought their hearts out but ended up falling short. Great match! The freshman B girls also fell short losing 25-13. Ava Chamberlain led the Hornets with 6, Seadra Rayal had 5 points, and Hanin Taieddin score 1 bucket.
1/29: The 3rd back to back game for the Lady Hornets was at Lyons Township. The girls proved to be very tired and overworked from their previous 2 games, losing to LT 38-15. What seems to be a common theme as of late, the girls turned the ball over way too many times. Leading the Hornets was Marit Haile with 7, Vasilia Polizois with 2, Rey Nwakudu 2, and Ava Chambelain/Kallie King each hit 1 free throw. The freshman B girls have fought their hearts out all season with less than a full team. They play every minute of every game without complaint. The girls fell to LT 20-11. The game was close up until the 4th quarter, but the girls ran out of steam. Kallie King led the girls with 6, Ava Chamberlain with 3, and Vivian Ling with 2.
Week of January 17th
Sophomore The ninth week of the season brought a conference and non-conference game to the Young Lady Hornets. The first game the girls were visited by Lemont in a devastating 13-36 loss. Freshman Vakare Ivoskis made her debut as the starting point guard, giving her all to keep the girls in it before the visiting team took control for the win. The second game the Young Lady Hornets visited Morton in a heartbreaking 18-26 loss. Joy Nwonye dominated the first half before Morton made a late second half run to take a commanding lead for the eventual win. It was a tough week for the girls as we near the end of the season but their spirits are high and ready to face the remaining teams with everything they have.
Freshman 1/21: The Lady Hornets had 10 days of games off and worked hard to recharge. They hosted Lemont and won big 35-22. Marit Haile had a season high 20 points! Vasilia Polozois also had 8 points, Vivian Ling hit another 3, and Rey Nwakudu contributed 2. The girls finally had their entire team back together after a long covid break and they proved to be stronger together! While their offensive baskets were great, their defense was even better.
1/22: The Lady Hornets traveled to Morton for what was to be a devastating loss (20-19). This was truly a defensive battle by both teams. Vasilia Polizois had a personal high of 11 points and Marit Haile totaled 8 points. The girls reduced their turnovers and focused on their offensive passing, waiting for the right moment to score. With 11 seconds left in the game, the Lady Hornets were down by 3 with possession. Vasilia Polizois, being hot all day, was tasked with hitting the 3 point shot. Vasilia was able to make that basket! BUT her foot was over the line and it ended up being a 2. Coach is so proud of the way these girls played from start to finish! The Freshman B Team had a tough matchup losing 20-6. The girls have never had a full team due to injuries and all girls played the entire game. Seadra Rayal contributed a perfect jump shot and Vivian Ling led the girls with 4 points. Their mental strength is stronger than ever.
Week of January 10th
Sophomore The eighth week of the season the girls had a single game against conference rival Downers Grove South which resulted in a heartbreaking 10-27 loss. The girls were kept in the game by Angelina Avila in what will be her last time playing as a Young Lady Hornet. We thank her for all she has done for us and wish her the best. But not to worry there are big things happening for these girls as we have plenty more basketball to play before the end of the season.
Freshman 1/11: The Lady Hornets were prepared for what was to be a tough matchup VS DGS. The girls won the game 29-26. The girls came out strong from the very beginning, leading the game from start to finish. DGS was able to come back and make it a tight game, but the girls stayed composed and took home the win. Leading the girls to victory was both Marit Haile & Vivian Ling each scoring 9 points. Ava Chamberlain started off hot with a 3 pointer in the first minutes of the game, end up with 7 total points. Vasilia Polizois contributed 4. When the girls come together and play as a team, they are unstoppable. Great team win!
Week of January 3rd
Varsity The Varsity Lady Hornets started the new year with a busy week of games. They fought hard against a good Glenbard West team on Tuesday, but came up short losing 47-18. Sophomore Mia Lavorato led the way with 8 points while Mimi Flowers chipped in 5 points.
The Hornets then hosted Proviso East on Friday night and won 40-32. Mimi Flowers led all scorers with 16 points. Mia Lavorato showed great leadership all game and contributed 8 points while seniors Jenny Pantoni and Gabby Baranauskas added 7 points and 5 points respectively.
It was a quick turnaround for a Saturday afternoon game at Addison Trail. The Hornets lost 49-29. Brooklyn King and Mimi Flowers both led the team with 8 points each while Jenny Pantoni added 6 points. The Lady Hornets continue conference play next week against Downers Grove South on Tuesday.
Sophomore The seventh week brought the first two games played after the new year with both being tough games for the Young Lady Hornets. The first game of the new year brought Proviso East to the house of the Hornets in a 10-30 loss. Paige Allen kept the girls in the game before fatigue finally caught up to the girls. The second game had the girls travel to Addison Trails where they suffered another loss with the score being 9-29. Ella Hardman and Joy Nwonye kept the girls in the lead until the half where again fatigue took the girls out of the game. Look forward to week 8 as the team should be back in full where we hope to see big things coming to end the year strong.
Freshman 1/7: The freshman lady hornets had a tough matchup at home vs Proviso East losing 39-27. Covid ran through our team, and we were without quite a few starters. Rey Nwakudu led the team with 8 points followed by Vivian Ling & Vasilia Polizois both with 6 points each. Hanin Taieddin as well as Ava Chamberlain contributed 1 bucket each. The girls fought hard despite the obstacles.
1/8: The Lady Hornets traveled to Addison Trail and came up short losing 29-17. With some of our girls still out with covid, it was a tough matchup. Hanin Taieddin led the team with 5 points, Rey Nwakudu with 4, & Vasilia Polizois & Vivian Ling contributed 3 each. Saedra Rayal also had 1 bucket. The B girls only had 4 players; so the girls played a 1 quarter matchup against AT and came up on top winning 4-0. Rey Nwakudu & Vivian Ling both scored to put the Hornets on top.
Week of December 27th
Varsity The varsity lady Hornets kicked off the Sandburg Christmas tourney on Monday with a loss to Oak Forest High school. The girls fought hard throughout the game, but fell short losing 35-45. Sophomore Mimi Flowers led the way with 17 points. Mia Lavorato added 7 while Gabby Baranauskas chipped in 6 points. The Hornets got a forfeit win against Andrew High School. They continued tournament play on Tuesday with a great team win against West Chicago winning 45-22. Senior Brooklynn King led the way with 16 points. Mimi Flowers had 11 points in the win while both Mia Lavorato and Gabby Baranauskas added 7 points each. On Wednesday the Lady Hornets faced Plainfield East for the consolation championship, but fell short in a physical, hard fought game losing 32-52. Mimi Flowers has an awesome game leading all scorers with 20 points. Brooklynn King and Mia Lavorato each contributed 5 points in the loss. Sophomore Mimi Flowers was named to the All Tournament Team. Great tournament, girls!
Freshman 12/28: The Lady Hornets broke their scoring drought today, beating Elgin High School 34-12. This was a great team effort and the girls had fun. Leading the charge to victory was Marit Haile with 12 points, followed by Kallie King with 8 points including 1 3-pointer. Vivian Ling, Ava Chamberlain & Vakare Ivoskas also had 4 points each with Hanin Taieddin scoring 1 bucket. The girls will be in the Holiday Tournament Consolation Championship game tomorrow, hoping to come out victorious.
12/29: The Lady Hornets played in a very close matchup for the consolation championship against Streamwood. They came out victorious winning the game 29-26. The game came down to the last final seconds of the game. Tied 26-26 with 7 seconds left, Vakare Ivoskas (7 total points) was fouled and was at the line shooting 2. Under immense pressure, she sunk both crucial free throws putting the hornets up by 2. What a way to win the game! Marit Haile led the Hornets with 15 points while Haleigh Patno scored 1 basket. Congratulations Hornets!
Week of December 20th
Sophomore The sixth week brought the girls to the Downers Grove Winter Tournament in which they played 3 games. The first game the Young Lady Hornets faced an incredibly tough Homewood-Floosmoor team. In the 47-6 loss the girls were kept in high spirits by Vasilia Polizois and Keira Murphy, who were responsible for getting the team on the scoreboard.
In the second game of the tournament the girls were matched up against conference rival WIllowbrook in a what turned out to be an unfortunate 19-41 loss. The team was kept in the game for the first half in part to Kallie King and Ella Hardman before the opposing team became too much for the injured Lady Hornets.
The third and final game of the tournament placed the girls against Glenbard East in what turned out to be a heartbreaking loss. The teams were evenly matched before Glenbard scored a last-minute bucket to take the lead. Anglelina Avila and Marit Haile fought the entire game to give the Young Lady Hornets a chance each with 9 points. Although the year ended on a loss there is still plenty more basketball for these Young Lady Hornets and a New Year to finish the season strong.
Freshman 12/23: The girls have struggled to score as of late, losing to St. Charles East 27-8 in the first game of the holiday Christmas tournament. Ava Chamberlain led the Hornets with 4 points and both Marit Haile & Hanin Taieddin chipped in 2 each.
Week of December 13th
Varsity The Lady Hornets we’re back in play on Tuesday facing Downers Grove South. The girls fought hard the whole game, but fell short losing 45-33. Senior Brooklyn King led the way with 10 points. Sophomore Mimi Flowers added 8 points while senior Molly Savage added 6 points.
The Hornets continued road play against Leyden on Friday losing 33-24. Sophomore Mia Lavorato led the way with 6 points and Mimi Flowers and Brooklyn King each had 5 points in the loss.
The Lady Hornets traveled to Minooka on Saturday and won a come back game with only 6 players! The Hornets trailed the whole game, but rallied in the 4th quarter and played great defense to come away with the win 38-33. Sophomores Mia Lavorato and Mimi Flowers led the way with 14 points and 11 points respectively. Senior Maddie Gamba hit a clutch 3 late in the 4th quarter to take the lead. She chipped in 6 points and Senior Gabby Baranauskas had 4 points. Way to go Hornets!
Sophomore In the fifth week of the season the girls had their first set of away games in a 3 game series. The first game brought the Young Lady Hornets to rival Downers Grove South. Angelina Avila kept the girls in the game as long as possible and were winning at the half but unfortunately injury and fatigue finally overtook leading to a 14-24 loss.
The second game had the girls travel to Leyden where they took suffered a heartbreaking 19-25. The girls came out strong but injuries and fatigue prevented them keeping up the with opposing team. Sedra Alkudari and Grace Heaney fought to keep the girls in the game by playing full minutes and never giving up.
The final game of the week brought the Young Lady Hornets to Minooka High School where they lost 15-35. Vakara Ivoskis and Elysa Tobar played full minutes to fight and keep the girls in the game before the opposing Minooka team took over. While the fifth week was filled with losses the Young Lady Hornets fought through fatigue and injuries with South Pride.
Freshman 12/14: Week 5 started off with a very competitive matchup with DGS @ DGS. This is always a tough game and a strong rivalry. For the first time this season, the girls ended up in an overtime match. In the end, the ladies never gave up and ended up victorious! What a game! Kallie King was on fire today making 3 3-pointers scoring 9 points. Marit Haile also helped the Hornets to victory with 9. Vivian Ling chipped in 6. Despite only 3 of our girls scoring, we could not have won this game without each and every girl on this team. Their energy, passion, and fighting spirit won us this game! Let’s go!
12/17: To continue with our conference play the team traveled to Leyden. The girls did come out slow for this game, trailing Leyden until the 4th quarter. Something kicked in their fighting spirits, and they were able to pull off a come from behind victory over Leyden winning 27-23. Leading the team was Kallie King and Vivian Ling both with 7. Vasilia Polizois contributed with 5, Marit Haile and Ava Chamberlain both with 3, followed by Rey Nwakudu with a bucket. Kallie King, Vivian Ling, and Ava Chamberlain all had 3 pointers that helped secure the lead and eventual win over Leyden. Unfortunately, our B team lost their match to Leyden 31-12. Crippled with no subs, they girls gave it their all but eventually ran out of steam. Seadra Rayal, Tema Alkhudari & Andy Esposito all scored 4 points each.
12/18: The final game in week 5 was away at Minooka, who proved to be a more dominant team than us. The A team lost 41-12 followed by the B team losing 23-7. Marit Haile led the team with 8, while Vasilia Polizois contributed the other 4. Haleigh Patno shot a beautiful 3 pointer in her game, while Vivian Ling had 1 bucket and Seadra Rayal & Ava Chamberlain both scored FT’s.
Week of December 6th
Varsity The Varsity Hornet basketball team started off their week with a loss to Addison trail 16-39. Sophomore Mia Lavorato led the way with 6 points.
The Lady Hornets continued play on Friday against Willowbrook High School on Friday. They fell short losing 51-20. Sophomore Mimi Flowers led the way with 12 points while Sophomore Mia Lavorato chipped in 4 points.
The Hornets got a great team win on Saturday against Streamwood High School winning the game 45-11. Sophomores Mimi Flowers and Mia Lavorato led the way with 11 and 10 points respectively. Seniors Natalia Vasilevski chipped in 8 points while Gabby Baranauskas had 6 points. Great team win!
Sophomore In the fourth week of the season the girls played another set of 3 games going 1-2 overall. The first game was a tough loss to Addison Trails with a final score of 14-31. Keira Murphy and Angelina Avila kept the girls in the game as long as they could but eventually the injury-ridden girls ran out of steam.
The second game of the week brought another tough conference opponent and another tough loss. In the 19-32 loss against Willowbrook, Grace Heaney and Ella Hardman put in tough minutes while the team was still battling injuries.
The final game brought Streamwood to the home of the Young Lady Hornets. The girls were able to secure a 30-18 win while getting big minutes from Vakare Ivoskis and Sedra Alkhudari. Even though the girls were plagued by injuries they fought hard and gave their all making all Hornets and Hornet supporters proud.
Freshman 12/5: The Hornets have been looking forward to this revenge game against Addison Trail who beat us a few weeks prior. The game was tight from start to finish and the Freshman A Lady Hornets came away with the upset victory winning by 2 points 31-29! The game came down to the last minute but we stayed strong and kept our composure. Marit Haile led the Hornets with 12 points. After a quiet start to her season, Kallie King finally began attacking the basket scoring 10 points including 1 3-pointer. Rey Nwakudu chipped in 4 points, Vasilia Polizois with 3 and Vivian Ling with 2. The Freshman B girls kept that momentum going winning 24-12. Ava Chamberlain led the team with 11 including 1 3-pointer while Hanin Taieddin put in 7. Seadra Rayal chipped in 4 and Kelly Lin chipped in 2. This was a great team effort from start to finish! Way to go girls!
12/10: The Lady Hornets lost a conference game to Willowbrook on Friday, A losing 50-18 & B losing 39-8. These were 2 very tough games to lose on our home court. Marit Haile lead the team with 15, while Ava Chamberlain had 1 bucket and Vivian Ling made 1 free throw. In the B game, Tema Alkhudari (2), Seadra Rayal (2) Vivian Ling with 3 and Hanin Taieddin chipping in 1 free throw.
12/11: The Lady Hornets came back to their home court in the morning after losing the night before with passion & dedication. They beat Streamwood 37-14. Marit has continued to shine in her position, scoring a personal high of 16 points. Ava came away with 8 points, some of which were off breakaway steals. Kallie King chipped in 5, Rey Nwakudu with 4, and both Vivian Ling and Vasilia Polizois had 2 each. The team came together and fought with pride. Great job girls!
Week of November 29th
Varsity The Varsity Lady Hornets started off this conference season with a big win over Morton High School on Tuesday. The hornets beat Morton 41-28. Sophomore Mia Lavorato led the way with 14 points and took 3 charges. Senior Jenny Pantoni chipped in 9 points while Sophomore Mimi Flowers added 7 points.
The lady Hornets went on the road to St. Viator on Thursday and lost 27-56. The girls fought hard the entire game. Sophomores Mia Lavorato and Mia Flowers led the way with 9 points and 10 points respectively.
The varsity girls faced another tough opponent on the road on Saturday against Brookfield River Forest. The girls came up short 24-38. Sophomore Mia Lavorato hit 3 three pointers in the game and led the Hornets with 12 points and took 2 charges. The Varsity Hornets continue Conference play next week against Addison Trail and Willowbrook.
Sophomore In the third week of the season, the Young Lady Hornets played against three tough opponents. The first game brought Morton to Hinsdale South in a heartbreaking 27-38 loss. Angelina Avila and Keira Murphy helped keep the girls in the game all the way to the final moments.
The second game the girls took a trip up north to play against an incredibly tough St. Viator team. The girls put up a good fight but lost 18-52. Aysel Kuru and Vakare Ivoskis put in solid defensive minutes to keep the Young Lady Hornets in the game.
The final game sent the girls to another strong Riverside Brookfield team. In the 17-43 loss, Angelina Avila and Ella Hardman kept injury-ridden the girls in the game as best they could by playing the full game without rest. Even though it was a tough week of losses for the Young Ladies they gave their all and great things are still to come. Freshman 11/30: Opening the Lady Hornets conference play for the year, the A team had a disappointing home loss to Morton losing 22-14. Marit Haile was our leading scorer with 6 points, followed by Samieh Shehadeh & Haleigh Patno both with 4 points each. The B team also lost their match 28-18. Hanin Taieddin was our leading scorer with 8, followed by Vivian Ling with 4. Haleigh Patno, Zeina Zeitoun & Seadra Rayal all added additional buckets. The girls kept their heads up after the game and will put their focus on their next matchup.
12/2: The girls played a tough away game at St. Viator losing 31-16. Despite losing, they played very well and are starting to look like a true basketball team. Marit Haile was the leading scorer with 9. Hanin Taieddin scored 5 & Ava Chamberlain with 2. The worst part about this game was the loss of one of our starters, Samieh Shehadeh, who unfortunately tore her ACL and will be out for the season.
12/4: The Hornets traveled to Riverside Brookfield High School and lost 30-11. This was a tough game overall as we were short some of our key players out with injuries. Leading for the Hornets was Rey Nwakudu & Marit Haile both with 4 points each. Hanin also contributed with 2 and Kallie with 1 free throw. The girls played tough and never gave up despite the score.
Week of November 22nd
Varsity The Varsity Hornets started Thanksgiving week with their first win of the season defeating Orr Academy 49-33 on Monday evening. Sophomore Mimi Flowers dominated the paint with 14 points, Junior Makenna Camden chipped in 8 while Sophomore Mia Lavorato added 7 points.
The Hornets faced Metea Valley on Friday and lost 26-40. Mimi Flowers led the way with 9 points and Mia Lavorato added 5 points. The varsity girls open up conference play at home on Tuesday against Morton.
Sophomore In the second week of the season the Young Lady Hornets split the games with one win and one loss. The first game gave the girls their first win of the season against a tough St. Edwards team. The 28-14 win was headed by Joy Nwonye, Ella Hardman, and Grace Heaney by dominating under the basket both offensively and defensively.
The second game placed the girls against a challenging Matea team. The girls fought hard in the first half but Matea proved too much in the second half with the final score being 19-41. The girls should be proud of the way their season is starting and we should all be looking forward to exciting things the rest of the season from these Young Lady Hornets.
Freshman 11/22: The freshman Lady Hornets brought their winning streak to 2 games as they beat Lemont in the Hinsdale South Thanksgiving tournament 37-15. This game was a big confidence booster for the Hornets. It was the highest scoring game for the girls thus far. Rey Nwakudu was our leading scorer with 12 points followed by Marit Haile with 10. Ava Chamberlain helped the team win with 9 points, Samieh Shehadeh with 4 & Vivian Ling with 1 bucket. With this win, the girls have solidified their spot in the consolation championship for the Hinsdale South Thanksgiving Tournament.
11/26: The Lady Hornets lost the consolation championship to Addison Trail 24-8 making their record 2-2. The girls struggled against the press and had too many turnovers. They fought until the very end but came up short. Ray Nwakudu, Marit Haile, Vasilia Politzois & Samieh Shehadeh all scored baskets for the Hornets. The team will look to focus their attention on breaking the press and reducing turnovers.
Week of November 15th
Varsity The Hinsdale South Girls varsity basketball team kicked off their season hosting the Brenda Whitesell Tournament. They fell short on Monday, November 15th to Plainfield South. They fought hard and were within 4 points in the third quarter, but ended up losing the game 38-51. Sophomore Mia Lavaroto led the way with 14 points- 12 of her points came from behind the arc draining 4 three pointers. Sophomore Mimi Flowers chipped in 7 points as well.
The Hornets then played a tough OPRF team on Saturday, November 20th and came up short 20-38. The girls fought hard and improved from game one. Sophomore Mimi Flowers led the way with 8 points and senior Natalia Vasilevski added 7 points. Sophomore Mia Lavaroto took 3 charges during the game. The Hornets play again on Monday, November 22nd against ORR Academy.
Sophomore In the first week of the 2021-2022 Season the girls faced two tough opponents. The first game brought Plainfield South in what was a well fought game with an unfortunate 34-27 loss. Sedra Alkhudari showed leadership on both ends of the court with 8 assists and 4 steals. Paige Allen had 14 points to help keep the young Lady Hornets in the game.
The second game had the girls matched up against a tough Stag team in a 27-11 loss. Angelina Avila led the way with 8 points and a strong all around defensive team effort from a heavily injured Young Lady Hornets. Even though it was a tough first week, it should be a great season ahead for these Young Lady Hornets.
Freshman 11/16: The Lady Hornets began their season hosting a Thanksgiving tournament with a home game against Plainfield South. They fell short, losing 28-13. Buckets were scored by a variety of girls including Samieh Shehadeh, Vasilia Polizois, Kallie King, Marit Haile & Rey Nwakudu. They have a bright season ahead of them.
11/20: The freshman girls’ basketball team got their first win of the season beating Sandburg in a tough matchup in the HSHS Thanksgiving tournament winning 21-17. It was a great bounce back after losing their season opener. Leading scorer was Marit Haile (7) followed by Haleigh Patno with 6. Marit made 3 crucial free throws while Haleigh made 3 layups. Additional scorers include Samieh Shehadeh (2), Vivian Ling with the 3 pointer (3), Kallie King (1) & Vasilia Polizois (2). It was a tough but great win.
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