Teagan Reeves scored over half of her team’s points on Tuesday night as the Three Rivers girls basketball team dumped South Haven 44-15.
The Wildcats stayed perched at the top of the Wolverine Conference West Division and finished divisional play an unblemished 10-0 for the second straight year.
Reeves led all scorers with 23 points to cap off the conference slate. She was the only Wildcat in double figures for scoring, but Three Rivers did its talking on the defensive end, where it forced 30 turnovers.
The Wildcats also recorded 46 boards in the one-sided affair.
Linsey Masnari added nine points to the mix and Krishanna Carter recorded six points and seven steals. Helaina Heffner chimed in with three points for Three Rivers while Cory Sanders had two points and Holly Hines added another point.
The Wildcats shot 60 percent from the field.
Alaina Johnson headed up the anemic Rams offense with five points.