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Maidens roll past Lady Bulldogs.
The Haskell Maidens took on the Stamford Lady Bulldogs last Tuesday night at home in front of a great crowd in another District 8-2A match-up. The Maidens outscored the Lady Bulldogs 39-16 the first half and continued to be the dominant team the second half to get the 76-23 win. Haskell won their 13th game in a row and they move to 27-1 overall and 8-0 in district play. The 2A Haskell Maidens are currently ranked 14th in the State by TABC.
The Maidens were led by Junior Taylor Manske who finished with a career high 30 points and she had 13 rebounds to get the double-double. Also, leading the way was Sophomore Landry Hanson who finished with 19 points. Other players that scored on the night were CEra Taylor with 8 points, Ryanna Rodriguez 6, Hollyn Hadaway 5, Ariel Martinez 3, Calie Everett 3, and Heaven Rojas 2. Leading the team in assists was Rodriguez with 4, Hanson 2, Martinez 2, Braelyn Bevel 1, Manske 1, and C Taylor 1.
Haskell was (26-54) for 48% from the field, (8-27) for 29% from behind the 3 point arc, and (16-21) for 76% from the free-throw line. Offensively, I thought the girls did a great job sharing the ball and shooting a high percentage from the field and free-throw line, head coach Blake Eddleman said.
The Maidens used tough man to man defense to force the Lady Bulldogs to shoot (9-48) for 18% from the field. Defensively, I was very proud of all the girls for their attention to detail and effort. I thought CEra and the rest of the team did an excellent job defending their best player (Brooklyn Woodard), Eddleman said.
Haskell won the rebound battle over Stamford 38-26. Manske had a team high 13 rebounds followed by C Taylor with 10, Rodriguez 4, Hadaway 3, Martinez 3, and Rojas 3. Leading the team in steals was Everett with 2, Hanson 2, Manske 2, Rodriguez 2, and C Taylor 2.
Overall, I thought we played very well against Stamford and I was very proud of the girls. They put a lot of time and effort preparing for these district games. I appreciate and respect how they go about their business from game to game. It takes a lot of maturity and focus to do what they are doing, Eddleman added.
Coach Burson and the JV Maidens outscored Stamford 20-5 the second half to get the 33-25 comeback win. They move to 17-3 overall and 8-0 in district.
On Monday afternoon, the Jr High Maidens traveled to Roscoe to take on the Plowgirls. Coach Martinez and the B Team won 10-7. Coach Martinez and the 7th A Team won 17-14. Coach Eddleman and the 8th A Team won 42-3.