High powered offense lifts Battle Creek over O'Neill
Make it back-to-back 55-plus point performances for the Battle Creek Bravettes after taking down the O'Neill Eagles on the road Tuesday night, 59-29.
Second-year head coach Kobe Lade's spread out attack worked to perfection as nine out of ten of the suited players scored points for Battle Creek.
Shooting from the perimeter opened up Battle Creek's attack as Sami Wemhoff, Tylar Humphrey and Mya Zohner all knocked down triples in the first quarter.
In the second quarter, it was a completely different story as senior Reagan Brummels got going on the glass, racking up 10 points in the quarter.
At the break, Battle Creek led O'Neill 36-18.
The Bravettes were able to move in a few rotation pieces in the second half and scoring never ceased. At one point, Battle Creek led by as much as 33.
At the final buzzer, Battle Creek finished with a big 59-29 victory over O'Neill to improve to 2-1 on the young season.
Reagan Brummels finished with 12 points and 11 rebounds in the contest to lead all scorers and rebounders on the evening.
Tylar Humphrey scored 11 for Battle Creek, while Abbie Erickson put down 9 and Mya Zhoner tallied 8 points.
O'Neill drops to 0-2, but managed to rotate a few players in and out to help gain experience heading into the long season. Ashley Sidak had a good game, scoring 11 points for the Eagles.