Girls Basketball Roundup: Brown records a quadruple-double for Westchester
Destinee Brown had more assists (ten) than Hamilton had points and also finished with quadruple-double in Westcheter’s 86-8 pounding of Hamilton, Wednesday afternoon.
The score would have been larger, but the Comets had some troubles with free throws going 6 of 19 from the line.
Westchester opened the game on a 19-0 run before Hamilton made their first field goal at the 1:52 left in the first quarter. The Yankees went scoreless in the second half.
Along with Brown, three players finished in double figures in a bench-clearing performance for the Comets.
Brown finished the game with 18 points, 10 rebounds, 10 steals, and 10 assists.
Forward Arionna Harris suffered a level-1 concussion early in the first half when she collided with a Hamilton player. She will not play against rival Fairfax on Friday but is expected to be cleared to play when they travel to University next Wednesday.
In other Western League action…
Palisades 57, University 33
Bianca King had 17 points and 13 rebounds as Palisades easily dominated rival University at home.
The Dolphins (8-15, 4-1) led by 26 points at halftime to give the Wildcats their worst defeat of the year.
Kylie Mizushima added 14 points for Palisades.
Brittany Martin was the only University (14-5, 2-2) player to score in double figure with 10 points. Precious Nwaba was held to four points in the game. The senior has a 20 point average this season.
Bianca Romero also added 8 points for the Wildcats.
In the Ocean League…
Beverly Hills 65, Santa Monica 42
The Normans surprisingly trailed 32-30 at halftime, but turned things around behind Jazz Anderson’s 25 point performance.
The junior shot 11-of-22 from the field along with grabbing eight rebounds and four steals.
Jessica Melamed finished with 16 points, Dorsa Mehrannia added 10, and Natasha Allen had 10 rebounds for Beverly Hills (14-6, 3-0)
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