The Humboldt women used a dominant run within the second half to move St. Edmond right here on Friday night time, 63-44.
With the rating at 21-20 in favor of the Gaels, the Wildcats would put collectively a 28-7 flurry that included a four-point play by Jayda Hoefer.
Kendal Clark, who simply received a second straight medal on the state wrestling event, had 18 factors, 9 rebounds and three steals to guide Humboldt (13-Three general).
For the Gaels (2-14), Leah Neverman had a double-double, scored 17 factors and grabbed 11 rebounds.
“In comparison with Thursday night time, he was a lot happier with the best way we performed.” SEHS head coach CJ Tracy stated. “We talked earlier than the sport about displaying extra ardour and depth on the court docket, and I felt like the women actually did it. I do know we did not get the win, however we made stable progress in the suitable path, particularly within the first half. “
Instantly after a 13-2 closing run within the first quarter, the Wildcats have been capable of take a 17-9 lead. St. Edmond fought again, going 21-20 on a Leah Johnson bucket with lower than a minute to cap a 12-Three scoring rally.
Nevertheless, Humboldt was lifted by Hoefer’s play late within the half and got here out within the third to attain 18 factors to construct a 14-point lead.
“We simply obtained to a degree the place we could not cease them inside with Clark and after we did, she solid him in for some open seems.” Tracy stated. “I really feel like if we play with that type of power like we did within the first half for 4 quarters, we’ll be in these video games on the finish.”
Gracie Harvey and Mya McClain every scored eight for the Gaels, Johnson added 5 rebounds and Kelli Kersten two steals.
Together with Clark, the Wildcats acquired 15 factors and 4 steals from Hoefer, 14 factors and 6 steals from Jori Hajek and 10 factors from Bae Arnold.
Humboldt’s subsequent motion might be Saturday at Clarion-Goldfield / Dows. St. Edmond hosts Webster Metropolis on Tuesday.
HUMBOLDT 63, ST. EDMOND 44
Humboldt – Jori Hajek Four 5-5 14, Bae Arnold Three 2-2 10, Jayda Hoefer Four Four-6 15, Emily Zaugg Zero Zero-Zero Zero, Kendal Clark 6 6-7 18, Lauren Murray Zero Zero-Zero Zero, Kaylee Shaner Zero Zero-Zero Zero, Alexis Hansen 1 Zero-2 Three, Marissa Kaufman Zero Zero-Zero Zero, Reagan Lee 1 1-2 Three, Joie Smith Zero Zero-Zero Zero, Kayla Gieber Zero Zero-Zero Zero. Totals: 19 18-26 63.
St. Edmond – Kierstin Clark 1 Zero-Zero 2, Mya McClain Three 1-2 eight, Leah Neverman 6 Three-Four 17, Kacey Kruthoff Zero 1-2 1, Gracie Harvey Three Zero-Zero eight, Leah Johnson 1 Zero-Zero 2, Kelli Kersten Zero Zero-Zero Zero, Emma Alstott Zero Zero-Zero Zero, Alyson Nieland Zero 1-2 1, Silvia Heldorfer Zero Zero-Zero Zero, Aubrey Bemrich 1 Zero-1 2, Alyxis Mericle Zero Zero-Zero Zero, Michaela Leiting 1 Zero-Zero Three. Totals: 17 6-11 44.
Quarter Outcomes: Humboldt led 17-9, 26-22, 44-31. Three-point objectives: Humboldt 7 (Hajek 1, Arnold 2, Hoefer Three, Hansen 1), St. Edmond 6 (McClain 1, Neverman 2, Harvey 2, Mericle 1). Complete rebounds: Humboldt 31, St. Edmond 38. Steals: Humboldt 18, St. Edmond 6. Turnovers: Humboldt 12, St. Edmond 27.