|HHS girls prove to be too much to handle for Wray|
|Written by Kyle Arnoldy|
Holyoke Lady Dragons ran away with a commanding 60-39 victory at home in basketball action with Wray Saturday, Feb. 8.
“The Wray game was probably the best offensive and defensive effort of the year,” coach Arlan Scholl said. “We finally played a full four quarters at a very high level. We were successful in pushing the ball up the floor and attacking the basket. Our team is very good when we run and fast break, and that is what we did well against Wray.”
The Lady Eagles struck first, scoring 40 seconds into the match, but only held the lead for 15 seconds before Megan Vieselmeyer’s 3-pointer put HHS ahead. Holyoke strung together a 16-2 run to close out the quarter and never looked back as they led the remainder of the match. The Lady Dragons maintained a 16-4 lead after the first period.
Time and time again a Wray offensive possession ended in a turnover that led to fast-break points for Holyoke. More often than not, it was Zuri Lopez who had snuck behind the Wray ladies for transition points.
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