January 11, 2012
BAINBRIDGE - The Kenston girls basketball team pressed rival West Geauga into 27 turnovers and stifled the Wolverines' offense as the Bombers prevailed, 45-29, on Wednesday night at Kenston High School.
The Bombers are now 8-4 and 4-1 in the Chagrin Valley Conference Chagrin Division, which is good enough to be tied in first place. West G fell to 5-5, 2-3.
Mandy Marchant scored 10 points to led Kenston to go along with five rebounds. Jasmine Gentry was next with eight points.
The Wolverines' Caitlin Curtis led all scorers with 14 points as she hit three 3-pointers and was 5-of-6 from the free throw line.
Kenston (8-4, 4-1): Gentry 4-0-8, Marchant 4-2-10, Meyer 2-0-4, Moran 2-1-5, Rachek 0-3-3, Ross 1-2-4, Teeples 2-0-5, Ferguson 2-2-6
West Geauga (5-5, 2-3): Poe 1-0-2, Praprost 1-0-2, Curtis 3-5-14, Rakich 1-0-2, Visner 0-2-2, Goodrich 3-1-7