High Point defeats Lenape Valley, 61-41


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  • HIgh Point's Morgan Smolen holds the ball while leaping into the air during a shot in the third quarter. Smolen accomplished four 3-pointers on the way to 19 total points, five rebounds and six steals.




  • High Point's Brittany Hill handles the ball during a shot attempt in the third quarter. Hill scored five points and grabbed eight rebounds.




  • High Point's Tyra Wingle on the move with the ball on the court. Wingle hit four 3-pointers, scored a total 14 points, contributed a team-high four assists and five steals.




  • Lenape Valley's Madison Tredway raises the ball towards the hoop during a shot as High Point's Tyra Wingle attempts to block in the fourth quarter. Tredway scored 5 points and grabbed 2 rebounds.




  • In the third quarter Lenape Valley's Brienna Pangborn handles the ball as High Point defender Morgan Smolen reaches in. Pangborn scored a team-high 14 points.




High Point's Morgan Smolen knocked down four 3-pointers on the way to 19 total points, leading High Point to a 61-41 win over Lenape Valley on Friday, Jan. 4.4

Tyra Wingle hit four 3-pointers, scored a total 14 points, contributed a team-high four assists and five steals for the Wildcats (5-3). Madison Smolen grabbed seven rebounds, made two assists and accomplished six steals. Brittany Hill scored five points and grabbed eight rebounds. Julianna Mangano scored four points, grabbed four rebounds and made three assists.

Brienna Pangborn made six free throws on the way to 14 total points, eight rebounds and three steals for Lenape Valley (2-4). Thalia Johnson scored 11 points and made two assists. Elisa Kucevic scored seven points, grabbed six rebounds and accomplished four blocks.

The High Point Wildcats, have won three of their last four games.

— Photos by George Leroy Hunter







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