The North Central Lady Eagles played host to and interstate contest, welcoming in the Pittsford Wildcats. The Wildcats would come away with the victory, winning 43-22 over the Eagles.
A three point shot and a free throw by Hannah Siekmeyer and a single free throw by Rachel Oxender would be all the offense the Eagles would be able to summon, which allowed Pittsford to take a 10-5 lead at the end of the first quarter.
It would be all Wildcats in the second period, holding North Central to only a single point, and scoring 14 points of their own. What was only a five point lead at the end of the first quarter grew to an 18 point lead by halftime as the Wildcats took a 24-6 in to halftime.
The Eagle’s outscored the Wildcats 8-7 in the third quarter of action, but it would be to little avail, only shrinking the Pittsford lead to 17 points after three periods, with the Wildcats in control 31-14.
Pittsford’s lead would not threatened in the final quarter of the contest, and the Wildcats would go on to defeat North Central 43-22.
Oxender’s ten points would set the bar for scoring for the Eagles, with Siekmeyer close behind with nine, Alyssa Swank score two, and Jaclyn Kinsman finished with one point.
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