Girls’ basketball team piles up 54 points twice to start season

Sam Dube plays defense for the Panthers in a scrimmage.

The Masuk High girls’ basketball team breezed to victory in each of its first two games. The Panthers duplicated their offensive output and held the oppositions to a baker’s dozen and a dozen points with a 54-13 win over host Harding on Dec. 13, then a 54-12 toppling of visiting Bassick on Dec. 16.

In the win over Harding, Hannah Fagan led the way with 13 points, Natalie Lieto scored eight, Maia Ventresca logged six, Malenna Hornack and Madison Cavone both dropped in five and Claire Martinsky and Kaitlyn Bodden both added four.

Leito had four steals, Martinsky had three steals, Alanna Tremallio logged assists and Fagan grabbed five rebounds.

In the win over Bassick, Fagan again led all scorers with 11, Bodden scored 10, Lieto had nine and Ventresca added eight.

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