Hyde-Woodstock Girls Varsity Basketball vs. Williams
Wednesday, January 21, 2015
Hyde-Woodstock – 24
Hyde traveled to New London Connecticut to take on league opponent Williams. The team was without the services of point guard and leading scorer Trayneice Mims due to injury. This would be a great test for the remaining players to step up and contribute in ways they had not been asked to do prior. Junior Maya Steindler was asked to be point guard and she did an outstanding job leading the team and keeping them productive. Senior Dossou Ndeye became the primary scorer and floor general. Freshmen Cameron Yale and Annika Morris contributed more in points and rebounds. Newcomer Nuri Harris was playing basketball for the first time since sixth grade and doing a solid job. The game was back and forth with the wolf pack leading most of the way but only by a slim margin. Ultimately Hyde struggled to overcome foul trouble which changed the line-up several times at key moments. The girls should be proud of what they accomplished and the fact that they were in the game despite some big set-backs. Hyde’s next opponent is an outstanding St. Andrews team on Saturday.
The scoring was as follows; Maya Steindler 1-0-2, Dossou Ndeye 4-0-10, Joanna Ren 1-0-2, Cameron Yale 2-1-5, Annika Morris 1-2-4
Played but did not score; Nuri Harris, Joyce Zhang, Tina She