The Centreville girls basketball team turned in a well-rounded offensive effort on Monday night to secure the 37-26 victory over nonconference foe Colon.
None of the Bulldogs eclipsed the double-digit mark for scoring. Instead, Centreville (4-11) methodically built on its lead through the first three quarters thanks to scoring by committee.
Jenna Beeker led the charge for Centreville with seven points, including a couple of 3-pointers. She was followed by Bailee May, Madison Hunter and Catherine Rigby, who all chipped in six for the Bulldogs, which built a 23-14 lead at the break. Faith Morrell had five points, Becky Clementz added four and Madison Eazsol finished with three.
Hunter grabbed a team-high 10 rebounds, May secured seven boards, Kirby posted four assists, Rigby made three steals and Annmarie Reed got three blocks.
“Tonight was a good night for us,” Bulldogs coach Jill Peterson said. “We executed well and were solid on the defensive end. I’m proud of the way the girls came out to play and am excited for the remaining games this season.”
Makayla Craun and Anessa Broker did most of the heavy lifting for the Magi, combining for 20 of their team’s 26 points. Both Craun and Broker tallied 10 points on the night while Craun ripped down 13 rebounds for the double-double.