The St. Thomas Aquinas Catholic High School Ravens Intermediate Girls’ basketball team welcomed the Russell High School T-Wolves on Wed., May 10, in PRSSAA. The Ravens’ Meadow Donelly (14) tries to recover her own rebound while the T-Wolves’ Anna Schoeni (24) swats the ball away. Donelly and Ravens took the game 32-16 and will move on to play the St. Francis Xavier Falcons in the championship game. Moore photo
RUSSELL — The St. Thomas Aquinas Catholic High School Ravens Intermediate Girls’ basketball team welcomed the Russell High School T-Wolves on Wed., May 10, in the PRSSAA. The Ravens went into the game with a three and two record while the T-Wolves also had the same record.
The Ravens came ready to play scoring 10 first-quarter points and holding the T-Wolves to just two buckets. The Ravens’ defence was strong in the second quarter allowing only four points again but their offence sputtered a bit scoring just eight points taking an 18-8 lead into the dressing room at the half.
The T-Wolves held the Ravens to just eight again in the third quarter but their offence kept hitting a wall. The Ravens outscored the T-Wolves just 6-4 in the third taking a 24-12 into the final frame. The Ravens’ defence held the T-Wolves’ attack off allowing just four more points in the third quarter and knocking down another eight for themselves taking the game 32-16.
Scoring for the Ravens were Meadow Donnelly with eight points, Paige Hannaford and Emily Way with four each and Mackenzie Campbell, Emma Gordan, Katelyn Knap, Kate Lamothe, Ally Marcellus, Kyra Streng, and Grace VanNoppen with deuces.
Scoring for the T-Wolves were Abby Boszormeny and Megann Hughson with four points apiece and April Whisselle, Aryssa Henderson, Jessa Peterson and Laurel Pearson with deuces.