The Community R-VI Lady Trojans got 22 points from its bench players in a convincing 70-30 win over Wellsville to push their record to 2-0.
“We are getting excellent offensive production from our bench and our depth is making it tough for teams if they do not sub when we do,” said Community R-VI head coach Bob Curtis. “Also, the first quarter ended with eight steals in the frame and 18 for the game. Our pressure led to a lot of run outs for easy lay-ups.”
The Lady Trojans led 27-2 at the end of the first quarter and pushed their lead to 43-12 at halftime.
They outscored Wellsville 27-18 in the second half to cruise to the 40-point win. Alissa Curtis had 26 points, seven rebounds, two steals, and one assist while Sadie Hoyt added 10 points, three rebounds, three steals, and one assist.
Taren Clark had eight points, one rebound, and one assist; Natalie Thomas scored seven points, six steals, three rebounds, and one block; Danie Jackson had five points, three rebounds, two steals, and one block; Bethany Schmidt tallied four points and four rebounds; Deann Brooks had four points, two rebounds, and one assist; Chelsea Hoyt added two points, three assists, two steals, one rebound, and one block; Tayler Cope had two points and one rebound; Dalaney Bowers added one point and one rebound; Delanie Windmann added one point and one steal; Lauryn Robnett had one rebound; and both Morgan Bryant and Kaley Diesel had one steal.
“Our defense gets better with each passing day as we start to work together as a unit to defend,” Bob Curtis said. “We are not incredibly tall but we can be effective if we communicate and help each other.”