Shooting woes cost Ashby girls
The Ashby girls trailed by six at the break and couldn’t make that up in the second half as Wheaton handed the Arrows a 60-49 loss on Monday night.
Cassandra Jordan had 17 points and nine rebounds to lead the Arrows’ attack. Madison VanSanten added 10 points, and Kerstyn Schroeder had eight points, Amber Sundal had seven and Abbi Ras finished with five. The Arrows’ shooting never got on track as they hit just 20 percent from the field.
“I am proud of how our girls continued to work hard on both ends of the court tonight, even when we were down,” Ashby head coach Troy Mickelson said. “Our girls never give up, as a coaching staff this means a lot to us.”
Ashby fell to 3-13 overall with the loss, while Wheaton moved to 9-8.
WHEATON-H-N 29 31 – 60
ASHBY 23 26 – 49
ASHBY – Jordan – 17 points, 9 rebounds; VanSanten – 10 points; Schroeder – 8 points, 6 rebounds; Sundal – 7 points, 4 steals; Ras – 5 points, 4 rebounds