Girls roundup: Watson hits milestone in Hurricane's win over Princeton
Abby Watson scored 34 points and eclipsed the 1,000-point mark as host Hurricane downed Princeton 68-40 Thursday in girls basketball.
Watson, who now stands at 1,005 points in her career, tallied 19 points in the opening quarter as the Redskins surged in front 26-13. She also grabbed 13 rebounds.
Taneisha Sturdavent chipped in 19 points and 17 boards for Hurricane (6-3), which only led 32-28 at halftime after netting six points in the second period. Hurricane put together a 21-7 third quarter to put the game away.
Sarah Cole notched 17 points for the Tigers (0-9) and Ashley Culicerto added 11.
Dazha Congleton pitched in 11 points and Ericka Budd had eight points and 10 boards for Huntington (10-1). Shi Banks totaled 17 points for George Washington (2-4) and Alanna Mobayed donated 10.
Shyanne Dunham led the Black Eagles (8-2) with 17 points and Taliah Cashwell scored 16. Brooke Kurucz led the Big Reds with 20 points and Kam Snyder netted 13.
Haleigh Legg added 14 points for the Red Dragons (7-2). Chelsey Hager netted 10 points for the Vikings (3-6).
Sierra Jordan led the Knights (6-1) with 19 points and Summer Stephenson (14), Emily Pitkin (14) and Haley Haggerty (10) all scored in double figures. Rachael Mills led the Warriors (1-5) with 13 points and Brittany Wood netted 11.
Haylea Roberson paced the Generals (4-2) with 24 points and Karly Rogers added 12.
Shayna Gore and Lexi Hines both added 16 points for the Wildcats (8-3). Taylor Lucas paced Lincoln County with nine points.
For the Warriors (7-4), Bri Petree and Megan Davis each notched 15 points.
Anna Hayton recorded 17 points and 13 rebounds for the Patriots (9-0). Mariah Callen led the Hawks (10-2) with 12 points and broke University's all-time scoring record of 1,418 points. She currently has 1,430.
Sarah Lipscomb had seven points for South Harrison.
Logan Frame scored 13 points for the Eagles (7-4). Makayla Smith led the Red Devils (3-6) with 15 points and Bailie Cain chipped in 10 points.
Beth Cook led the Yellowjackets (4-7) with 16 points and Tara George scored 14. Paige Pritt led the Bulldogs (6-3) with 23 points and Emily Pingley recorded 15.
Courtney Kendrick posted 16 points for Cross Lanes (9-2) and Abby Jeffrey scored 10.