Last night, the 7th Lady Redbirds played an intense and exciting game against Bishop Mac. The game was right the first half of the game and the score was 5-7 at the half. In the second half, the Redbirds were passing the ball more on offense to get more open shot attempts and were able to secure the win 17-14.
Shay Sulzberger and Cara Wilson each scored 2 points.
On October 19 the 7th Lady Redbirds traveled to Gardner and it was a very exciting game to watch. After the first quarter, the Redbirds were down 6-10. After some adjustments to our defense and confidence gained on offense, the Redbirds were able to get ahead and maintain the lead going into the fourth quarter. With a minute left to the game, the Gardner Tigers were able to get within one point and both teams were changing strategies to get the win. However, the Redbirds were able to secure the win, 26-25, by tightening our defense and limiting the Tiger’s possession of the ball.
Last night the Lady Redbirds has a close out win against Elwood at home, 45-2.
Last night the 7th Lady Redbirds traveled to Serena. June Woods started off the night making a 3 pointer within first couple minutes of the game. Elizabeth Hansen and Kira Shores were strong in the paint limiting Huskers layups and were making post moves on the block on offense. The game kept alternating who was in the lead throughout the first half of the game. The Lady Redbirds got into a rhythm on the court and were able to stay ahead to secure the win, 27-22.
The 8th grade Redbirds girls basketball team recorded their first win in their home opener last night beating the Wildcats of Wilmington 47-10. Olivia Buck led the offense with 23 points. Grace Tjelle and Addi Avilez each had 7 points. Leanne Ruth scored 6 points and Sienna Burke added 3. Addi Avilez had 7 steals, Leanne Ruth had 5 steals. Olivia Buck and Carrigan Crouch each had 4 steals.
The 7th Lady Redbirds had a tough loss to Wilmington Wildcats after going into overtime, with a final score 13-17. Elizabeth Hansen started off strong with making our first 8 points of the half. Cara Wilson, Kira Shores and Nekaylee Nelson-Smith were aggressive on the posts and defended the paint to limit Wildcat layups. June Woods, Shay Sulzberger, Addy Pittenger and Bianca Noriega were moving the ball around and driving to the lane on offense and were very aggressive on defense to stop the Wildcat’s fast breaks.