Kendall tops Holley to claim tourney title
Building up a commanding 22 point lead at the half, Kendall went on to defeat rival Holley 47-15 this afternoon in the championship game of the Kendall girls basketball tournament.
In the consolation game, Barker nipped Medina 43-42 in overtime.
Tournament MVP Libby Snyder scored 14 points and grabbed off 10 rebounds and All-Tourney team honoree Grace Levett tallied 11 points to lead the Kendall offense. Emma Allen added 8 points, Julie Coble 4 and Alezya Brown, Julia Szczepanski, Kailie Regan and Lauren Pilon 2 each for the Lady Eagles.
Harleigh Andrews scored 5, Adriana Botello 4, Tatum Gagne 3, Jailyn Bishop 2 and Tia Hofforth 1 for Holley. Andrews and Gagne were both named to the All-Tournament team.
Kendall jumped out to an 11-2 first quarter lead as Snyder scored 6 points and Levett hit a three.
Snyder tacked on 6 more points in the second period while Levett had a three and a jumper and Allen a pair of baskets as Kendall increased its advantage to 28-6 at the half.
The Lady Eagles maintained a 26 point, 37-11 lead at the three-quarter mark.
Barker 43, Medina 42 OT
A basket by Kiera Dalton in overtime earned Barker the narrow win over Medina.
Alyssa Thompson, who was named to the All-Tournament team, took game high honors for Barker with 17 as Mia Herman and Cloey Sanders both netted 8.
Stella Poler, who was named to the All-Tournament team, led Medina with 9 as Rylee VanNostrand and Hilda Santiago-Bautista had 8 and Lily Carpenter 7.
Alden 47, Roy-Hart 23
Jumping out to leads of 12-2 after one quarter and 25-12 at the half, Alden went on to defeat visiting Roy-Hart 47-23 in a non league game.
Kaitlin Mettler scored 8 and Claire Halstead 7 for Roy-Hart.