Anderson reaches 1,000-point benchmark in Wrenshall win
Monday was a good night for Wrenshall. The Wrens played a balanced team game, Samantha Anderson scored her 1,000th career point and the Wrens came away with an impressive 61-46 win over a good Onamia team on Monday night in Wrenshall. "Onamia is ...
Monday was a good night for Wrenshall.
The Wrens played a balanced team game, Samantha Anderson scored her 1,000th career point and the Wrens came away with an impressive 61-46 win over a good Onamia team on Monday night in Wrenshall.
"Onamia is a very good team," explained Wrens coach Neil Dickinson. "They are in our section and we may see them again in the playoffs."
Wrenshall managed a 26-20 lead after the first half and then stretched the lead out during the second half.
"They have a very good center in Becky Skiba, and we held her to 10 points," commented Dickinson. "We also had a good second half after a slow start to the game."
Anderson finished with 12 points which puts her over 1,000 for her career. Leading the Wrens was Emma Grover who had 15 points and Andrea Gould with 13. Also scoring were Danielle Anderson with nine, Wendy Bowman with five, Danna Anderson added four, Erin LaVeau scored a pair and Samantha LaVeau finished with a point.
"We played a good game," explained Dickinson. "We had balanced scoring and a good effort on defense."
Leading Onamia in scoring was Casey Stott with 11 points.
- Last Thursday the Wrens trounced Silver Bay 66-23 as Danielle Anderson led the team in scoring with 22 points, Samantha Anderson finished with 17, Andrea Gould scored 10, Danna Anderson added seven, Emma Grover scored six and both Wendy Bowman and Kayla Aho finished with a pair of points.
Megan Thun led the Mariners with 11 points.
Pine Journal sports reporter Kerry Rodd can be contacted at: firstname.lastname@example.org .