Fresh off third-place victories over Union in tournament action at Hermann and Washington last week, OMS Dutchgirl basketball welcomed Cuba to Owensville Elementary School Monday night for a Highway …
Fresh off third-place victories over Union in tournament action at Hermann and Washington last week, OMS Dutchgirl basketball welcomed Cuba to Owensville Elementary School Monday night for a Highway 19 showdown.
Racing out to a 12-2 lead after one quarter, Terra Heidle’s seventh-grade Dutchgirl basketball team outscored Cuba 46-9 the rest of the game going on to post a 58-11 victory over the visiting Lady Wildcats.
Tripling their point total in the second quarter, Owensville went into halftime with a 36-6 lead over Cuba in the seventh-grade game.
Aly Daniels paced the Dutchgirls with 11 first-half points. Elizabeth Adams also added seven first-half points for Heidle’s Dutchgirls.
Holding Cuba scoreless in the third quarter, Owensville kept their foot on the gas putting in 19 points for a 55-6 lead going into the final six minutes.
Daniels added eight points in the third quarter to lead the Dutchgirls opening the second half.
An Adams bucket and a Bailee Dare free throw were the lone points in the fourth quarter of Owensville’s 58-11 victory.
Daniels led all scorers with a game-high 19 points followed by Adams who just missed double figures scoring nine points.
Dare added seven points for OMS while Camryn Caldwell and Brynn Wright each added six markers.
Callie Koelling and Lily Reed chipped in four points while Addison Menz added a second-quarter bucket for two points.
Cameron Nowack rounded out the scoring for the seventh-grade Dutchgirls with a third-quarter free throw good for one point.
Racing out to a 14-2 lead after one quarter, Flanagan’s eighth-grade Dutchgirls went on to complete the doubleheader sweep with a 53-25 victory over Cuba.
Similar to her sister Aly, Emma Daniels poured in a game-high 17 points. Anya Binkhoelter just missed double figures with eight points.