Westies run past Stamford
Abuhatab, Carrano, Howard lead way in opener
By MIKE MADERA
(December 16, 2021) - The West Haven girls basketball team opened the season in impressive fashion with a 63-49 victory over eighth-ranked Stamford at West Haven High Thursday evening.
The Westies rode the scoring of juniors Amani Abuhatab, Kassidy Carrano and Dealyce Howard as the trio combined for 57 of the 63 points. Abuhatab led the way with 24 points and 15 rebounds, Carrano had 19 points, and Howard added 14 in the win.
While the Westies struggled from the free throw line, hitting just over 50% (16-30), they were solid from the outside with seven 3-pointers. Carrano led the way with three, while Abuhatab and Howard each drained a pair.
West Haven held Stamford to nine points in the opening quarter and took a 6-point lead as Abuhatab had eight points and Carrano added five.
The Westies extended the margin to 14 points at the half, taking a 37-23 lead as the trio of Abuhatab, Carrano and Howard got going. Howard drained a pair of 3-pointers and had eight points in the quarter, Abuhatab had six points and Carrano five.
Stamford cut the deficit to 12 in the third quarter, before West Haven connected on 12-of-16 free throws in the fourth quarter to ice the game.
The Westies connected on just two field goals in the final quarter, one apiece from Abuhatab and Carrano, as Stamford looked to get back in the game by sending the Westies to the line.
Madison Lockery led Stamford with 16 points.
Westies cruise past Lauralton Hall
By MIKE MADERA
(December 17, 2021) - If opponents are going to slow down the West Haven girls basketball team, they will need to find a way to hold down the team’s plethora of weapons. In the season opener against Stamford, it was the trio of Amani Abuhatab, Kassidy Carrano and Dealyce Howard.
Lauralton Hall found out the Westies are more than the feared trio. When Isabella Fiorillo and Ella Morgan are added to the mix, the Westies are almost unstoppable.
Behind 29 points from Carrano, 16 from Abuhatab, 11 from Fiorillo and seven from Morgan, the Westies cruised to a 72-40 victory over Lauralton Hall and improved to 2-0 Friday evening at West Haven High.
Abuhatab was dominant with 13 rebounds, 11 steals and 8 assists, while Carrano added 9 rebounds, 7 assists, and 3 steals, and Morgan pulled down 8 rebounds. Fiorillo also had 3 assists and 2 steals.
Carrano was the story of the game early for the Westies as she helped the Westies to a 24-10 lead with 13 points in the opening quarter, including a big 3-pointer. Morgan added six points in the first eight minutes, including a 3-pointer as well.
Abuhatab picked up the Westies in the second quarter as the Westies were held to just nine points. The West Haven junior had six of those points as West Haven led 33-21.
Carrano and Abuhatab then sealed the win in the third quarter, combining for 16 of the team’s 17 points, on the way to a 50-27 advantage. Carrano hit on three field goals, and also drained a 3-pointer, while Abuhatab also hit on three field goals.
Fiorillo nailed three from long range in the final quarter and Carrano hit two 3-pointers as the Westies pulled away.
Lila Pinho led Lauralton with 11 points.
10 players in scoring column in win over Bassick
By MIKE MADERA
(December 23, 2021) - The West Haven girls basketball team improved to 3-0 with a resounding 68-12 victory over Bassick Thursday afternoon at West Haven High. Ten different players were in the scoring column and three were in double digits for coach Jessica Moriarty’s team.
Kassidy Carrano led the Westies with 17 points, Amani Abuhatab had 14 points, and Dealyce Howard added 10 points. Isabella Fiorillo scored nine points, while Daniela Campillo scored her first varsity points.
The Westies jumped out of the gates quickly and scored 18 points in the opening quarter, led by Abuhatab with 9.
West Haven added 22 more points in the second quarter as seven players got in the scoring column. Campillo drained her first varsity basket, Fiorillo scored four points, while Carrano scored six and Howard added five.
The Westies led 49-9 in the middle of the third quarter in a dominant effort. West Haven hit on 24 field goals and five 3-pointers in the game, but only hit on 5-of-12 free throws.
Westies thump Cheshire 60-29
By MIKE MADERA
(January 10, 2022) - After more than a two-week layoff, the West Haven girls basketball team was eager to get on the court. The Westies wasted no time continuing their winning way.
Behind a solid defensive effort and a balanced scoring attack, West Haven improved to 4-0 with a 60-29 victory at Cheshire Monday evening.
The Westies were dangerous from the outside, connecting on nine 3 -pointers, with Kassidy Carrano and Dealyce Howard leading the way with three apiece.
Carrano finished the contest with 17 points, Howard had 12, and Amani Abuhatab finished with 11. Tenique Gates and Isabella Fiorillo each scored eight points, while Ella Morgan rounded out the scoring with two points.
Abuhatab added 15 rebounds, five steals, three blocks and three assists, Howard had five assists, four steals and four rebounds, and Carrano finished with three rebounds, three steals and two assists.
The Westies jumped out of the gates quickly with 16 first quarter points, including four apiece from Abuhatab, Howard and Gates.
West Haven exploded for 24 points in the second quarter alone and never looked back as Fiorillo scored eight and Abuhatab had seven. Six different players scored in the quarter.
Carrano scored eight of her team’s ten points in the third quarter as West Haven rolled to its fourth victory of the season.
Westies top Shelton
Westies too much in 66-29 win
By MIKE MADERA
(January 12, 2022) - If any team is going to beat West Haven, it will have to find a way to stop the trio of Amani Abuhatab, Kassidy Carrano and Dealyce Howard. Wednesday was not the night.
The trio combined to score 49 points in a 66-29 victory over Shelton at West Haven High. Carrano led the way with 21 points, Abuhatab scored 16 and Howard had 12 as the Westies improved to 5-0.
While the offense was clicking, the defense was just as good, allowing under 30 points. The defensive efforts were more than enough as the Westies scored 38 points in the first half alone.
The trio of Abuhatab, Carrano and Howard got going early, combining for 21 points in the first eight minutes. Carrano led the way with nine points, Howard had eight, and Abuhatab four.
Six players combined to score 17 points in the second quarter, with Abuhatab knocking in five and Carrano four.
The Westies scored 17 points in the final quarter as Carrano scored six and Abuhatab added four.
Isabella Fiorillo scored seven points in the victory for West Haven.
Abuhatab, Carrano, Fiorillo lead way over East Haven
By MIKE MADERA
(January 15, 2022) - The West Haven girls basketball team won its sixth straight contest to open the season with a 49-32 victory over East Haven at West Haven High Saturday afternoon.
Amani Abuhatab led the way with 16 points, 14 rebounds, and two steals, while Kassidy Carrano added 12 points, 5 rebounds, and 5 assists. Isabella Fiorillo scored 10 points, Dealyce Howard added 8 points, and Mya Flemming and Ella Morgan combined for 11 rebounds.
The Westies led 10-7 after one quarter and 26-12 at the half. Leading 32-21, West Haven closed the game on a 17-11 run.
Abuhatab scored five points in the opening quarter and Fiorillo had three. Abuhatab was at it again, leading the offense with eight points in the second quarter. Carrano scored five.
Fiorillo was the key in the final eight minutes with seven points, while Carrano and Howard each had four.
Westies remain Perfect
Abuhatab's late free throws propel WH over NH
By MIKE MADERA
(January 18, 2022) - For the better part of the beginning of the season, it has been well noted to stop the West Haven girls basketball team, the trio of Amani Abuhatab, Kassidy Carrano and Dealyce Howard would need to be contained.
While North Haven did so in the final eight minutes, it was the last 10.2 seconds of the game which hurt the home team. Draining a pair of free throws in the final 11 seconds, Abuhatab capped her stellar night to lead West Haven to a 51-50 victory at North Haven Tuesday evening.
Abuhatab finished the game with 14 points, 10 rebounds, 10 steals, and seven assists as the Westies remained undefeated at 7-0.
Carrano also played well with 10 points and 10 rebounds, Howard had 10 points, and Tenique Gates finished with nine points.
West Haven led by two points after one quarter and 26-20 at the half, before increasing the margin to 39-29 after three.
North Haven broke free for 21 fourth quarter points and the 21-7 run had West Haven in a 50-49 hole, before Abuhatab’s heroics.
West Haven connected on just three field goals in the final eight minutes, two coming from Abuhatab and the other from Sonai Maye.
The Westies used six points from Howard in the second quarter and five from Gates to take a six-point lead. Isabella Fiorillo drained a pair of buckets in the third, and Carrano added four points to increase the lead to 10.
Westies roll past Harding
11 players score in 66-20 victory
By MIKE MADERA
(January 19, 2022) - The West Haven girls basketball team was well aware of what was ahead in a showdown with Sacred Heart Academy Friday evening. The key was to not look ahead.
Outscoring Harding by 21 points in the opening quarter, the Westies cruised to a 66-20 victory Wednesday evening in Bridgeport. With the victory, West Haven improved to 8-0 on the year.
Eleven players were in the scoring column with Amani Abuhatab leading the way with 18 points. Kassidy Carrano scored 14, Ella Morgan had eight, and Mya Flemming and Ava Murphy each scored five in the win.
Carrano led a 22-1 first quarter run with a pair of 3-pointers and 10 points, before a 16-2 second quarter run was fueled by Flemming, Morgan and Sonai Maye with four points apiece. Abuhatab led a 19-5 run in the third quarter with 8 points.
Westies fall to SHA
Cold start leads to 61-51 loss
By MIKE MADERA
(January 21, 2022) - It was set up as the game of the year thus far. Unfortunately for the Westies, they did not get going until the second half.
Watching as Sacred Heart Academy scored the first 11 points of the game, West Haven never recovered in a 61-51 loss in front of a packed crowd at West Haven High Friday evening.
The Westies (8-1) finally got going in the second half, cutting the deficit to seven on a bucket and free throw by Amani Abuhatab, and seven again on a free throw by Kassidy Carrano, but the Westies never got closer.
West Haven was cold in the first quarter, missing numerous inside shots. The key, however, was West Haven was in early foul trouble as two key players missed early time. Carrano had two fouls just 1:20 into the game and Abuhatab had her first two minutes in.
Sacred Heart led 19-5 after one quarter, with four points coming from West Haven’s Abuhatab. The Westies got within 32-16 on a pair of free throws by Carrano just before the half.
Trailing by 17 to start the fourth quarter, a bucket and free throw by Ava Murphy got West Haven within 16, before a 6-0 run on baskets by Abuhatab, Carrano, and Dealyce Howard had the Westies within 55-44.
Sacred Heart hit six of eight free throws down the stretch to seal the victory.
Abuhatab led West Haven with 17 points, 14 rebounds, and six steals. Howard had 15 points, five rebounds, and four assists, and Carrano scored 10 points and added five rebounds.
Westies fall to Hillhouse
By MIKE MADERA
(January 24, 2022) - The West Haven girls basketball team is in the midst of its first losing streak of the season. Just three days after suffering its first loss of the season against Sacred Heart Academy, West Haven fell to Hillhouse 69-38 in New Haven Monday evening.
The Westies chased from the start and trailed by nine after one quarter and by 18 at the half. West Haven was held to single digits in points in each of the first two quarters and never recovered.
The trio of Amani Abuhatab, Kassidy Carrano and Dealyce Howard was held to 20 points, with Abuhatab leading the way with 11. Tenique Gates and Ava Murphy each finished with six points, Carrano added five, and Howard had four.
West Haven hit on just three field goals in the opening quarter, and only one more in the second quarter. Only eight of West Haven’s 13 first half points came from the field.
Back on Track
Westies top EH to snap skid
By MIKE MADERA
(January 29, 2022) - The West Haven girls basketball team ended its two-game skid in impressive fashion. Scoring 32 points in the third quarter, West Haven topped East Haven 68-44 at East Haven High Friday evening.
Amani Abuhatab led the way for West Haven with 23 points, 18 rebounds, five assists and three steals. Kassidy Carrano was also a force with 18 points, six rebounds, six assists, and three steals. Dealyce Howard and Ava Murphy each scored seven.
Behind nine points from Carrano and seven from Murphy, West Haven led 18-10 after one quarter. Carrano scored five of her team’s eight second quarter points as the Westies went to the half ahead 26-22.
West Haven put the game away in the third quarter on a 32-10 run. Abuhatab scored 16 points in the quarter and Howard scored seven as West Haven increased the lead to 58-32.West Haven improved to 9-2 with the win.
Back to Back
Westies roll pas Career 71-21
By MIKE MADERA
(January 31, 2022) - After suffering consecutive losses, the West Haven girls basketball team has responded in impressive fashion. Fresh off a 24-point victory over East Haven, the Westies used a balanced scoring attack to roll past Career 71-21 on the road Monday evening.
Twelve different players worked their way into the scoring column as the Westies improved to 10-2 with their second straight victory.
Amani Abuhatab led the way with 17 points, Kassidy Carrano added 10, and Isabella Fiorillo scored nine. Ava Murphy and Jasmyn DaGraca each scored six, while Mya Flemming scored five.
The Westies allowed just three first half points, led 19-0 after one quarter and 29-3 at the half. A 30-5 run to start the second half, was too much for Career to overcome.
Abuhatab scored nine of West Haven’s 19 first quarter points, while Flemming added five. Fiorillo connected on three field goals in the second quarter, and ten different players scored in the third quarter, led by Carrano with six and Murphy with five.
Carrano leads Westies past Shelton
WH improves to 11-2 on year
By MIKE MADERA
(February 2, 2022) - The West Haven girls basketball team won its third consecutive contest with a resounding 74-47 victory at Shelton Wednesday evening. Ten different players were in the scoring column as the Westies improved to 11-2 on the year.
Kassidy Carrano led the way with 25 points, Amani Abuhatab added 18, Isabella Fiorillo chipped in eight and Ella Morgan six as West Haven rolled to the victory.
West Haven took control of the contest early and never looked back as the Westies jumped out to a 31-12 lead after one quarter. The lead grew to 44-16 at the half and West Haven was well on its way to victory.
Carrano scored 14 points in the opening quarter, outscoring Shelton on her own, while Abuhatab scored eight and Fiorillo five in the first quarter.
Carrano was 9-of-10 from the free throw line in the game, and the Westies were 11-of-15 as a team.
Abuhatab, Carrano, Morgan propel WH over Hillhouse
By MIKE MADERA
(February 8, 2022) - Sometimes in the game of basketball it is not how many points you score, but when you score them. West Haven’s Kassidy Carrano and Amani Abuhatab can attest.
Scoring 13 of her 19 points in the fourth quarter, Carrano, along with Abuhatab, led West Haven to a thrilling come-from-behind 59-51 victory over Hillhouse in a Southern Connecticut Conference Hammonasset Division contest at West Haven High Tuesday evening.
Abuhatab scored nine of her team-high 25 points in the final quarter as West Haven took over the top spot in the division, breaking the tie with Hillhouse. A West Haven victory over North Haven Friday evening would seal the division crown for the Westies.
“We talked and said Amani (Abuhatab) obviously, they were doubling and tripling her and trying to get the ball out of her hands,” West Haven coach Jessica Moriarty said after her team improved to 14-2 with the victory. “We told the other kids they had to step up and make big plays. That’s what those kids did. Kassidy just took over in the fourth quarter. Her shot was off all game, but she is one of the best kids on that floor on any given night. We believe in her. She just had to keep shooting and attacking and eventually they would fall. That’s what happened.”
The Westies avenged a 31-point loss to Hillhouse just two weeks earlier, but it did not come easy. Following a basket by T’aija Lloyd and a pair of free throws by Trinity Moody, Hillhouse had a 48-42 lead with 4 minutes, 38 seconds to play.
Abuhatab and Carrano then took over to lead the Westies on a 17-3 run to close the game. Carrano scored 10 points in the run, Abuhatab added five, and freshman Ella Morgan came up with a huge shot to give West Haven a 54-48 lead with 1:22 remaining.
“We just felt we really needed to win this game,” Abuhatab said. “We all pulled together and we did what we had to do.”
The shot by Morgan was just one of a number of big plays by the freshman as she logged considerable minutes with West Haven in foul trouble. Morgan’s presence led to blocked shots and Hillhouse turnovers which Abuhatab and Carrano turned into points in the final quarter.
“She was huge,” Moriarty said of Morgan. “There is a reason we are in a tight-knit game and the division is on the line, and she’s out there at the end of the game. She deserves to be out there. She battles inside for rebounds, she can hit the shot from the perimeter, she made free throws. She wasn’t playing scared and she stepped up in a time where we needed her.”
Trailing by four, Carrano drained her second of three 3-pointers in the final quarter to get West Haven within 48-47 with 4:03 to go. Abuhatab followed with a bucket and free throw for a two-point lead with 3:29 to go, before Carrano sandwiched two buckets around a Morgan basket to cap a 14-0 run, giving West Haven a 56-48 lead with 46 seconds remaining.
Lost in the 14-point run may be the defensive efforts of the Westies. West Haven controlled the boards in the final four minutes and contained the Hillhouse offense until the Westies made the run.
“Our defense, we went with some of our bigs to hold it down inside,” Moriarty said. “They stayed straight up. We told them if we hold them to one and done with shots, and us getting the defensive rebounds, we can win this game. That’s what they did.”
After Hillhouse’s Nielle Reaves drained a 3-pointer to get the Academics within five points with just over 30 seconds to go, Carrano’s fired the last dagger in any hopes of a Hillhouse comeback when her long-range 3-pointer gave West Haven a 59-51 advantage.
“The crowd just motivated me and hyped my teammates up to get this game because I did not want to lose again,” Carrano said. “She (Moriarty) told us to play our game. This is our house and do what we do best. When we play defense, everything turns around and we start to score.”
After Abuhatab scored 13 points in the first half, the Academics did a masterful job on the West Haven junior, holding her to just a single 3-pointer in the third quarter.
Hillhouse trailed by five at the half, but went on a 18-10 run in the third quarter to take a 38-35 lead. Reaves scored the first five points of the second half to even the game at 25.
A 5-0 run by the Academics gave Hillhouse a 30-28 advantage, before Morgan’s basket had West Haven on top 32-31 late in the third quarter.
“We just played a really slow first half and we came out a lot tougher in the second half,” Hillhouse coach Catrina Hawley-Stewart said after her team fell to 10-6. “West Haven has built a really good team over the last couple of years. She (Moriarty) did a great job coaching them tonight.
“We have to take that energy back to practice and understand people are celebrating because they beat us in a tough game. You know we are one of the tough teams in the state to be reckoned with.”
Reaves proved to be a thorn in West Haven’s side all game, finishing the game with 18 points, and giving the Academics a 40-35 lead to start the fourth quarter. Hillhouse’s Dillyn Boyd and West Haven’s Carrano matched 3-pointers, setting up West Haven’s frantic fourth quarter rally.“It feels really good that a lot of people are here for us to watch us play and enjoy us playing,” Abuhatab said of the electric atmosphere. “It just makes us want to play even better.”
WH wins Hammonasset Division title
By MIKE MADERA
(February 11, 2022) - The goal was clear entering Friday evening’s contest against North Haven. For the West Haven girls basketball team, a win would clinch the Southern Connecticut Conference Hammonasset Division title. After a slow start, the Westies got back on track and defeated North Haven 69-50 at West Haven Hight to improve to 16-2 on the season, and take home the division title.
Kassidy Carrano led West Haven with 23 points, Amani Abuhatab scored 21, and Dealyce Howard scored 16 in the clincher.
Finding its groove, West Haven used baskets by Carrano and Abuhatab to take a 16-15 lead, before Mya Flemming gave West Haven a 17-16 advantage after one quarter.
The Westies then put the game away in the second quarter, scoring 21 of the combined 26 points, including a 16-1 run to close the quarter for a 38-21 halftime lead.
Howard hit a pair of 3-pointers in the quarter, including one just before the buzzer, and finished with eight points, Howard’s second bucket of the quarter had West Haven up 27-20, before Abuhatab and Carrano connected.
Carrano followed with a steal and assist on a basket by Flemming, Abuhatabh increased the margin to 35-21, and Howard’s 3-pointer put West Haven on top 38-21.
Abuhatab scored eight points in the third quarter and Carrano scored seven to account for West Haven’s 15 points.
SHA rolls past Westies
WH starts slow in 61-28 loss
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(February 11, 2022) - HAMDEN — It took almost three minutes for anybody to score Monday night.
Maybe it was nerves with a standing room only crowd on hand for the regular season finale, but third-ranked Sacred Heart Academy took over from there and the Sharks knocked off West Haven 61-28 in a Southern Connecticut Conference inter-divisional girls’ basketball contest.
The Sharks completed the regular season with a 15-1 record in the SCC and 19-1 overall. Their only loss came at seventh-ranked Hand, 39-36, back on Jan. 10. However, Sacred Heart Academy will go into the SCC tournament Thursday night as the top seed.ACT NOW
The victory also enabled the Sharks to clinch the top seed in the CIAC Class MM tournament.
“It’s been an amazing season,” Sacred Heart Academy senior forward Rosa Rizzitelli said. “We’ve worked so hard the last three years. It’s a great way to end the regular season and go into SCCs.”
Once Meghan Kirck opened the scoring on a jumper from the left corner with 5:14 to play in the opening quarter, the floodgates opened with points, mostly for the host Sharks. They went on a 12-5 run over the remainder of the first quarter.
Sacred Heart Academy extended its lead to 14 points when Rosa Rizzitelli canned a wide open three-pointer from just outside the arc in the left corner to make it 23-9 with 5:38 left in the second quarter.
West Haven finally was able to put a run together of its own just before intermission. Amani Abuhatab scored four straight points and Dea Howard hit a runner in the lane as the Blue Devils closed it to 27-18 at the break.
Sacred Heart Academy broke the game open in the first two minutes of the second half. The Sharks were relentless with their full court press and the Blue Devils had all sorts of problems getting the ball past half court and turned the ball over.
With Rizzitelli accounting for six of 11 points, Sacred Heart Academy opened a 20-point lead, 38-18, with 4:58 remaining in the third quarter.
“It was really great setup by my teammates,” Rizzitelli said. “We work hard in practice on getting those shots.”
After that, the closest West Haven was able to get was within 19 points a couple of times in the third quarter as the Sharks were able to continue to extend their lead. Sacred Heart Academy did not allow a point in the fourth quarter until the final six seconds.
“We came out flat (in the second half) and it was a lack of composure,” West Haven coach Jessica Moriarty said. “A lot of our mistakes were self-inflicted, playing timid and throwing the ball away.”
West Haven (16-3, 12-3 SCC) will close out its regular season Tuesday with a 5 p.m. contest at Lauralton Hall. The Blue Devils will be the fifth seed in the SCC tournament.
“Whenever you’re 16-3, it’s hard to find negatives but there’s always room to get better,” Moriarty said. “Tonight was a bit of a setback. We want to be considered one of the top teams and you have to show up when you’re playing one of the top teams. We didn’t show up tonight.”
Westies top Hamden
WH holds on in SCC quarterfinals
By MIKE MADERA
(February 19, 2022) - After easily defeating Foran to open the Southern Connecticut Conference, the West Haven girls basketball team had a little tougher match in the quarterfinals as they hung on to beat Hamden 54-51
West Haven jumped out to an 18-6 lead in the opening quarter as Amani Abuhatab had 10 of her game-high 28 points. Hamden stormed back with a 17-5 run in the second quarter, before an 18-9 West Haven run in the third had the Westies back on top.
Isabella Fiorillo hit a pair of 3-pointers in the third, while Abuhatab also had six points, and Kassidy Carrano added four.
Abuhatab hit five free throws in the fourth quarter and finished 13-of-15 in the game.
Carrano finished with 10 points, Fiorillo had six, and Dealyce Howard five in the win.
Westies fall to SHA
WH loses in SCC semifinals
By MIKE MADERA
(February 21, 2022) - After losing in convincing fashion the first two times against Sacred Heart Academy this season, the West Haven girls basketball team played a much better contest against the Sharks the third time around.
Unfortunately for the Westies, it was not enough as Sacred Heart Academy defeated West Haven 62-39 in the Southern Connecticut Conference semifinals at Jonathan Law Monday evening. West Haven fell to 19-4 with the loss.
Amani Abuhatab led the team with 19 points, while Dealyce Howard had seven. Kassidy Carrano and T’Naiyah Watters each had five points in the loss.The Westies trailed just 16-13 after one quarter as Abuhatab had five points. The deficit was 28-23 at the half, but a 20-11 run by Sacred Heart Academy in the third quarter was too much to overcome.
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West Haven is off to a 2-0 start after its 72-40 win against Lauralton Hall, December 17, 2021. Photo courtesy of Todd Dandelske.
Amani Abuhatab scores against Lauralton Hall, December 17, 2021. Photo courtesy of Todd Dandelske.
The Westies receive instructions against Lauralton Hall, December 17, 2021. Photo courtesy of Todd Dandelske.
Kassidy Carrano had 29 points against Lauralton Hall, December 17, 2021. Photo courtesy of Todd Dandelske.
GIRLS BASKETBALL 2021-2022
All-State Players - Kelley Camp '75, '76; Sue Passander '79; Catrina Hawley '97, '98; Jayva Johnson '13; Amani Abuhatab '21
Retired Numbers - Kelley Camp (Class of 1977) #13; Catrina Hawley (Class of 1998) #41