Lakota East 61, Notre Dame 35 – end of 4th quarter:
No timeouts called in the quarter as Notre Dame continued to fall behind to Lakota East. Juniors Whitney Wyckoff, Aleth Pashi and Tazzie Shaw all scored in double figures for the Thunderhawks. Pashi finished with a career high 12 points. She also had three rebounds, two assists and three steals.
Wyckoff finished with 10 points and eight rebounds. As Shaw finished with 12 points and six rebounds.
Lakota East 47, Notre Dame 23 – end of 3rd quarter:
The Thunderhawks now have a 24-point advantage over the Notre Dame Pandas. Lakota East junior Aleth Pashi, who scored two points in the opener on Saturday, has nine points and three steals. Both totals tie her 2009-2010 season highs on the varsity level.
Lakota East 43, Notre Dame 23 – 1:40 left in 3rd quarter:
Full timeout taken by Lakota East. Junior Tazzie Shaw leads both teams with 11 points. The No. 2 ranked team (Cincinnati Enquirer preseason poll) is playing extremely well in their home opener. Aleth Pashi just got another steal and made a got the three-point play after making a layup. Pashi has nine points and three steals.
Lakota East 39, Notre Dame 23 – 3:10 left in 3rd quarter:
Notre Dame’s Lizzy Brannen has helped the Pandas cut into Lakota East’s lead with five straight points. Lakota East junior Tazzie Shaw now has 11 points, but already has three fouls and has been forced to rotate in and out of the game.
Lakota East 38, Notre Dame 17 – 5:52 left in third quarter:
Shaw just hit her second three pointer of the night. She has 10 points as East continues to add to its lead in the second half.
Lakota East 33, Notre Dame 16 – end of 1st half:
Lakota East gets off to a strong start and is starting to get a big lead on the visiting Notre Dame Academy Pandas. Junior Tazzie Shaw, who transferred from Lakota West, has been impressive. She already has seven points, three rebounds and two assists. Shaw, however, sat out much of the 2nd quarter after she picked up her 2nd foul.
Lakota East junior Whitney Wyckoff, who is coming off a 24-point performance in the season opener at St. Ursula, has six points, four rebounds and two blocks in the first half.
Teammate junior Aleth Pashi, who scored two points in the opener, already has six points, two rebounds and two steals in the first half.
Notre Dame appears to have its hands full due East’s depth. Starters Lizzy Brannen (4), Chandler Clark (4) and Olivia Voskuhl (6) have scored 14 of the team’s 16 first half points. (more…)
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