ND Lady Basketball

Published 12:00 am Friday, November 14, 2008

Lady Wave outmans Stars

By Brad Greer
Anytime a team has more turnovers than points scored, their more than likely  in for a long night.

That was the case  as the Winona Christian girls basketball team committed 26 turnovers in a 70-9 thrashing at the hands of North Delta Tuesday night. With the victory, the Green Wave improved its record to 7-2 on the season.

In the first contest of the night, the North Delta Junior High girls remained undefeated at 8-0 with a 40-20 win over the Stars. Bradi Beard registered a game-high 17 points on the night as the Lady Wave built up a 33-6 halftime lead before coasting their way in the second half.

Sign up for our daily email newsletter

Get the latest news sent to your inbox

Laci DuBravec followed with seven points while Jordan Pointer added six markers. Hanna Greenlee and Hannah Waldrip had four and two points each.

Meanwhile in the nightcap, the Green Wave scored at will against the out-manned Stars team that only attempted 13 shots on the night. North Delta took a 24-0 lead before Winona could get on the board with 16 seconds remaining in the first period on a three-pointer by Dakota Gooch.

Beard, who also led the varsity in scoring with 18 points, added 10 points in the first quarter while junior guard Linsey Hebert canned a pair of three-pointers in route to 17 points.

Sara Waldrip and Dubravec rounded out the double-figure scoring with 14 and 10 points, respectfully.

Lauren Kimzey added seven with Samantha Massoth and Katelyn Still contributing with two points.

North Delta, who led 45-7 at halftime, hit 49 percent from the floor on 34-of-69 shooting. Neither team attempted a free throw on the night.

The Green Wave played at Strayhorn last night and will travel to Kirk next Saturday, November 22 at 4 p.m before returning home November 24 against  Calhoun starting also at 4 p.m. with a pair of junior high and varsity contests.