The Ss. Peter & Paul girls seventh and eighth grade basketball teams picked up the sweep Monday night on the road by beating the Marshall Lady Owls by the scores of 34-6 and 34-15, respectively.
For the Ss. Peter & Paul girls seventh grade basketball team, they led Marshall 22-2 after first period’s end and then outscored the Owls 12-4 for the rest of the game.
Ss. Peter & Paul coach Carol Griffin said the girls continue to play well together. “The girls try to get everyone involved somehow in the game,” Griffin said.
Addison Brownfield and Olivia Eichelberger each had 10 points in the game for the Lady Warriors, who improved to 6-0 on the season. Eichelberger also finished the game with five steals, two rebounds and one assist while Brownfield crashed the boards for two caroms.
Emma West finished the game with eight points, seven rebounds and four steals while Hailey James added four points, two rebounds and one assist, Alyssa Fitzgerald two points, three rebounds and one steal, Lillian Rohrbach four rebounds, three assists, two steals and two blocked shots and Arji Webster with two rebounds.
The Lady Warriors also connected on 6 of 10 shots from the foul line for 60 percent.
For Marshall, Danasia Hammer had two points.
As for the Ss. Peter & Paul girls eighth grade basketball team, they also held a sizeable lead at the break against Marshall by a score of 22-7. Meanwhile, in the second half, the Lady Warriors outscored Marshall 12-8 to win by 19.
Griffin said the girls came out strong with an aggressive team. “We are starting to play good and everyone is contributing to each win,” Griffin said.
Addison Brownfield had 18 points, eight steals, four rebounds and one assist for the Lady Warriors, who improved to 4-1 on the season.
Taylor Frederick finished the game with four points, five steals, four rebounds and one assist while Lillian Rohrbach added three points and one steal, Jordan Brackman two points, five rebounds, one steal and one assist and Brooke Eichelberger with one point, six steals, two rebounds and one assist.
The Lady Warriors also hit on 8 of 14 shots from the foul line for 57 percent.
Marshall was led by Skylar Walton with 10 points.