Wednesday night at Susquehanna Valley, Norwich senior, Bryn Loomis was having an off shooting night. The Tornado’s third-year starting guard missed every one of her shots in the first half. Despite her failed efforts at scoring, she remained a vital contributor to the offense, while playing her usual brand of lock-down defense.
“Bryn really understands how to get others involved when she is not making shots,” said Norwich varsity girls basketball coach, Josh Bennett. “She’s a great passer, and so good at moving the ball.”
True to the saying, “you can’t keep a good woman down,” Loomis had a prototypical second half against the Sabers scoring 12 points as NHS won for the fourth time in five outings this season.
Loomis, now in her third year as a starting guard for the Tornado, has elevated an already high-level game in nearly every way. She is now the leading scorer, and is unquestionably the team’s primary defensive stopper. Her only perceived weakness, long-range shooting, is now a strength. Really, there is little Bryn Loomis cannot do on the basketball court.