ALAH Girls Basketball Charley Condill (2) in the lane for a layup on a fast break as teammate Makenzie Brown (10) blocks out Bomber’s Cassi Newbanks (31) at home on Thursday night. ALAH defeated Argenta-Oreana 62-19 as the Knights had 27 steals.
The Arthur Lovington Atwood Hammond Knights picked up three victories last week defeating Meridian on the road Tuesday night, Argenta-Oreana at home on Thursday, and Warrensburg-Latham on Saturday morning in Arthur.
Alexa Miller and Claire Seal combined for 38 points and 21 rebounds as the Knights defeated the Meridian Hawks 48-33.
The Knights led at half 17-10 but the Hawks made it interesting in the third quarter putting in 17 points, but ALAH still led 28-27 heading into the fourth quarter. The Knights added 20 points in the fourth quarter to Meridian’s six points.
Miller led ALAH with 25 points and Seal finished with 13 on the night. Also scoring for the Knights were Charley Condill with four points; Alisha Frederick with three points; Mackenzi Bowles, two; and Kailee Otto, one.
ALAH Vs. Argenta-Oreana
The home opener for ALAH was Tuesday, February 2 as they defeated Argenta-Oreana 62-19. The Knights led the whole way, racing to a 37-12 halftime lead and never looked back.
Freshmen Claire Seal led all Knight scorers with 16 points. Eight players scored for ALAH in the game.
For ALAH, Alexa Miller finished with thirteen points; Charley Condill, nine; Makenzie Brown and Mackenzi Bowles each had eight points; Kailee Otto, six points; and Kaci Beachy and Shaylie Miller each with one point.
ALAH 63, Warrensburg-Latham 24
Saturday, February 6
Playing their third game of the week, the Knights hosted the Cardinals from Warrenburg-Latham Saturday morning.
Alexa Miller and Mackenzi Bowles combined for 27 points and Makenzie Brown had 9 rebounds in the game. As a team they had 38 offensive and defensive rebounds combined.
The Knights led the entire contest adding 29 points in the second quarter and took a commanding 38-13 lead into halftime and never looked back.
Miller once again led ALAH with 17 points, Bowles, 10; Otto, 9; Beachy, 8; Brown, 7; Seal, 7; S. Miller,3; and Condill, 2.
ALAH outscored their three opponent’s this week 173-76.