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Stemple’s 31 factors leads College to bounce-back win over John Marshall

MORGANTOWN — The College Excessive Faculty women basketball crew earned an necessary victory on Saturday afternoon because the John Marshall Monarchs visited Baker’s Ridge.

The Hawks (5-8) entered the competition determined for a turnaround victory after falling to 4-8 total by the primary third of the season and dealing with a gauntlet of a schedule and acquired precisely that by a remaining rating of 92-55 over JM (9-4).

5 totally different gamers scored in double-figures for the Hawks, led by junior Hannah Stemple with 31 factors. She shot 13 for 17 from the sector, together with 5 triples. She was adopted intently by sophomore Brianna Fox who completed with 21 factors of her personal.

“We informed them as we speak that we would have liked to lock in and choose the depth up,” UHS head coach Nick Lusk mentioned. “I needed to see them play a full 4 quarters of basketball, which we haven’t completed this 12 months. We emphasised this being a giant sport for us and the ladies got here out and executed like they wanted to.”

The Hawks have been those to fall behind early within the sport, because the Monarchs constructed a 13-6 lead by the opening 4 minutes that prompted an early timeout by Lusk.

UHS broke the huddle and flipped the script from that second on.

The Hawks reduce the deficit to 1 level with a fast 6-0 run however wouldn’t cease there because the run grew to 12-1 earlier than the top of the primary body. UHS used the full-court press to show protection into offense as Stemple scored her first 5 area targets from shut vary. She scored 10 within the first to assist her crew take an 18-14 lead after one.

UHS outscored the Monarchs 30-13 within the second quarter, finishing a 42-14 run from the second they trailed 13-6 and taking a 48-27 lead into the locker room.

“All of us really feel that we’ve performed nicely as a crew regardless of some outcomes and as we speak we acquired our depth again up, even when it took coach moving into us a bit of bit,” Stemple mentioned with a chuckle. “After we present ourselves that we are able to come collectively and play exhausting on a regular basis it offers us confidence and we all know what it takes to make a run.”

JM began nicely to open the third quarter on a 13-2 run that reduce the deficit to 13 factors at 50-37, however that’s as shut because the guests would get. One other fast run by the Hawks grew the lead again above 20, and so they continued for the rest of the third quarter to develop the result in over 30 after three quarters because the hosts led 75-43 going into the fourth.

“When we have now everybody contributing the way in which they did as we speak, with 5 in double figures, that’s after we are at our greatest,” Lusk mentioned. “It’s been next-person-up for us typically and everybody has completed an excellent job. The best way we shared the ball as we speak must be contagious and proceed as a result of we’d like everybody on the court docket to be prepared.”

The Hawks will journey for a troublesome matchup towards Steubenville (Oh.) on Monday earlier than touring throughout city to go to Morgantown on Friday, Jan. 19.

College 92, John Marshall 55
JM 14 13 16 12 – 55
UHS 18 30 27 17 – 92
John Marshall – Derrow 10 2-5 23; Storm 6 3-6 19; Reese 2 1-2 6; White 1 0-0 2; Miller 1 0-0 2; Inclen 0 1-2 1.
College – Stemple 13 0-0 31; Fox 9 2-2 21; Weaver 5 0-0 11; Johnson 5 1-2 11; Braham 3 4-4 10; Simpson 2 0-0 4; Bealko 1 2-3 4.
3-Pt. Objectives — John Marshall 6 (Storm 4 Derrow 1 Reese 1). College 7 (Stemple 5 Fox 1 Weaver 1).