Basketball: Spectrum girls rout Mpls. Patrick Henry 69-32

Shelby Edin tossed up a 3-pointer early in the game, the first of five she made. (Photo by Bruce Strand)

Sting senior guard Shelby Eden tossed up a 3-pointer early in the game, the first of five she made. (Photo by Bruce Strand)

 

Led by Shelby Eden with 23 points, the Spectrum Sting cruised 69-32 over winless Minneapolis Patrick Henry at home Monday evening.

The Sting (5-7) have won two of three against Minneapolis Conference schools, also beating North 58-57 and losing to Edison 45-38.

Becca Schultz (14) manuevered against Henry post players. (Photo by Bruce Strand)

Becca Schultz (14) was hemmed inĀ  against Patrick Henry post players. (Photo by Bruce Strand)

Eden, senior guard, nailed five 3-point shots.

“Shelby has been shooting real well,” said coach Lenny Sedlock. “And tonight, defensively, she guarded a player with an even higher scoring average than her, 16 points, and held her to six points.”

Rachel Stevenson added 11 points, Noelle Diekman 10, Brynn Bozich 8 and Becca Schultz 7.

The coach added that Becca Gleason did a fine job defensively on the Patriots’ center.

Next for the Sting will be FAIR Charter of Minneapolis on Monday at home.

Rachel Stevenson (32) led a break after a Patrick Henry turnover, trailed by Brynn Bozich. (Photo by Bruce Strand)

Rachel Stevenson (32) led a break after a Patrick Henry turnover, trailed by Brynn Bozich. (Photo by Bruce Strand)

 

Comments Closed

up arrow