B-G rolls to second win; OV handed loss by Lions
OXFORD – The Oxford Lady Blackhawks’ defense forced the Afton Crimson Knights into 21 turnovers, leading to 18 points on the offensive end en route to the 56-25 win at home Thursday night.
Oxford won the turnover battle, only recording 12 on the offensive end while their 11 steals on defense created their offense.
The Blackhawks led 32-10 by the end of the first half of action. During the 16 minute stretch, Oxford saw balanced scoring throughout the lineup as they were led Ellie Ryan and Madalyn Barrows’ combined total of 16 points. Teammates Caitlyn Quigley and Karly Miller each chipped in six points before the intermission.
Following the break, Afton’s Olivia Harris-Morris scored her team-high eight points while teammate Sam Schoelier added six points that were spread over the course of the game.
Harris-Morris and Schoelier were also the Crimson Knights’ rebouning leaders. Harris-Morris finished the game with 10 boards while Schoelier pulled down a game-high 15 rebounds.
Ryan led all scorers in the contest with her 14 point total, shooting 58.3-percent from the floor. As a team, Oxford shot 37-percent.
Barrows finished with 11 points while Miller tallied 10 points and five rebounds. Quigley ended the night with eight points.
Both Hannah Hodge and Allison Beckwith pulled in a team-high seven boards of the glass for Oxford.
The Blackhawks and the Crimson Knights are off until Thursday, December 20 when Oxford hosts Sidney and Afton plays at home against Unatego. Afton’s game will start at 6:30 p.m. while Oxford’s tip-off time is scheduled for 7:15 p.m.
Oxford 56, Afton 25
Afton 6 4 9 6 –25
Oxford 18 14 15 9 – 56
Afton: Olivia Harris-Morris 2 4-5-8; Samantha Schoelier 3 0-0-6; Casey East 2 1-2-5; Makaela Mills 1 2-3-4; Amanda Spooner 1 0-2-2; Jordan Nichols 0; Sophi Gove 0; Logan Ives 0; Autumn Cole 0; Makayla Huffman 0. TOTALS: 9 7-12-25.
Oxford: Ellie Ryan 7 0-0-14; Madalyn Barrows 5 1-1-11; Karley miller 5 0-0-10; Cailtyn Quigley 4 0-0-8; Ameila Wakefield 2 1-2-5; Allison Beckwith 2 0-0-4; Karley Marshman 1 0-0-2; Jada Albin 0; Taylor Moore 0. TOTALS: 27 2-3-56
Fouled out: None. 3-point goals: None. Officials: Reynolds and Davis.
Bainbridge-Guilford 81, Sidney 15
SIDNEY – The Bainbridge-Guilford Bobcats defense did not allow the host Sidney Warriors to score double digits in any of their four quarters of play Thursday night, leading to their 86-15 league win on the road.
The entire Lady Bobcats roster contributed at least one made basket to the scoreboard as they totaled 38 made field goals in the game...