Ferocious MH-C girls are now 9-3
MAYWOOD, Neb. — The Maywood Hayes-Center Wolves are now 9-3 following a 49-5 girls’ basketball blasting of McPherson County on Saturday.
Jaycee Lapp’s 14 points and 12 from Jaycee Widener topped a balanced attack.
The real story was MH-C defense: they allowed two free throws and NO field goals through those first three quarters.
Junior Avery Johnson added six points folloed by four each from Abbie Brott and Jayden Widener.
Lapp connected on three of her six shots from three-point range.
On Friday, the Wolves scored a 43-point win at 64-21 over host Paxton.
Johnson (14 points), Widener (13) and Jayden Widener (12) were high scorers with Lapp not far off the pace by scoring nine.
The Wolves started fast while building a 39-10 lead entering halftime.
Johnson drilled both of her long-distance triples.
MH-C has quickly become a defensive juggernaut this season, blocking 16 shots during a win over Southwest lastmonth in Beartley.
Jaycee Widener and Johnson both had three deflections Saturday.