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Maidens roll past Plowgirls.
The Haskell Maidens took on the Roscoe Plowgirls last Tuesday night at home in another District 8-2A match-up. The Maidens outscored the Plowgirls 41-13 the first half and continued to be the dominant team the second half to get the 90-28 win. Haskell won their tenth game in a row and they move to 24-1 overall and 5-0 in district play. The 2A Haskell Maidens are currently ranked 14th in the State by TABC.
The Maidens had a season high five players in double figure scoring. Leading the way was Senior Hollyn Hadaway who had a career high 20 points and a career high 10 rebounds to get the double-double. Landry Hanson had 19 points, Ariel Martinez 14, CEra Taylor 11, and Ryanna Rodriguez 10. Other scorers on the night were Taylor Manske with 9 points, Calie Everett with a career high 6 points, and Heaven Rojas 1 point. Leading the team in assists was Hanson with 8, Hadaway 4, Rodriguez 3, Bevel 2, and Martinez 2.
Haskell had an amazing night shooting the ball. They were (32-58) for a season high 55% from the field, (18-36) for season high 50% from behind the 3 point arc, and (8-15) for 53% from the free-throw line. Offensively, I thought the girls did a great job reading the defense and knocking down the open shot. The girls know they all have the green light to take the first available wide open shot and they caught fire from behind the 3 point line, head coach Blake Eddleman said.
The Maidens forced the Plowgirls to shoot 23% from the field. Defensively, I thought the girls did a solid job keeping the ball out of the paint and that was one thing that we were really focused on because of their two tall post players, Eddleman said.
Haskell won the rebound battle over Roscoe 33-25. Hadaway had a team high 10 rebounds followed by C Taylor with 8 and Manske with 7. Leading the team in steals was Martinez with 5, Rodriguez 3, Hanson 2, Hadaway 2, and C Taylor 2.
Overall, I thought we played at a very high level on both ends of the floor. The girls played well on the defensive end and they had an excellent night on the offensive end. It was awesome watching them play really well together and having fun together playing the game of basketball at home, Eddleman added.
On Tuesday afternoon, Coach Burson and the JV Maidens defeated Roscoe JV 47-18 and they move to 14-3 (5-0). On Monday afternoon, Coach Martinez, Coach Eddleman, and the JR High Maidens traveled to Anson to take on the Lady Tigers. The Mix B Team lost 27-8, the 7th A Team won 11-6, and the 8th A Team lost in overtime 40-38.