Valley Steals One From Harmon
The Valley Lumberjills made 18 steals in the game, while out-scoring Harmon 27-0 in the first period and never looked back in beating Harmon, 71-34, in H.I.T. Action on Jan. 26 at VHS Gymnasium.
Sophie Palmer tallied a game-high 18 points, including a pair of baskets from beyond the arch, while McKinley Yoho followed with 12 markers, and Tessa Dudgeon with 11 points. Palmer paced the ‘Jills 18 total steals with six, while Yoho, Dudgeon, Yoho, Jamie West and Rachel Bates each compiled two each.
West and Caitlyn Underwood finished with eight and seven points, respectively, while Jenna Dallison tallied 10 points and grabbed six rebounds. Bates ended the Valley scoring with two baskets.
Sheridan Bonner paced Harmon with 14 points.
Lumberjills Defeat Hundred
The Valley Lumberjills raced out to a commanding 35-1 advantage by the break and never looked back in beating Hundred, 63-10, in girls basketball action Jan. 23 inside VHS gymnasium.
The second half was a little more competitive, but the Hornets, without their leading scorer Katherine Henderson, held the ‘Jills to 22 second half points.
Sophie Palmer scored a game-high 17 points, including three triples. She added seven rebounds, five steals and dished off four assists to lead the 7-5 Lady Lumberjills. McKinley Yoho followed with 13 markers, three steals and three assists. Jenna Dallison tacked on eight points and made three steals, while Tessa Dudgeon also tallied eight markers and grabbed a game-high 10 rebounds.
In addition, Brittany Kennedy compiled six points and had as many rebounds, while Caitlyn Underwood scored four points and hauled in six rebounds. Alex Bassett scored five points, while Rachel Bates knocked down a deuce and pulled down six rebounds.
Victoria Hawkins and Kayla Matthews each scored four points, while Kayley Davis tallied a deuce for all the Hundred scoring.
Palmer broke the Valley girls career three point basket record from Myra Huggins who had 133 baskets, with 147.