Lady Patriots improve to 14-1

Brewer girls keep up their winning ways with win over West Morgan

Caleb Suggs

Hartselle Enquirer

The Brewer Lady Patriots kept their magical season going this past Tuesday December 20th when they traveled to West Morgan to knock off the Rebels. This meeting would mark the third time the two schools met this season with the Patriots coming out on the winning side both times by scores of 57-26 and 53-31.

West Morgan jumped on the Patriots early and took a 15-12 lead early in the second quarter. Abby Hufnagle tied the game at 15 with a three pointer and then Hufnagle, along with McCarley Northway and Madisen Adams, added free throw shots to make it 20-15. Katie Amos hit three free throws to cut it to 20-18 but Jacie Andrews hit a buzzer beating shot for a 22-18-halftime lead.

The Patriots opened the second half on a 13-2 lead. Northway accounted for seven of those points, including a three pointer off a missed free throw shot, while Shyan Flack scored four and Adams with the other two. Haley Dotson cut the score to 35-23 with a three point shot but Hufnagle extended it back to 38-23. The Rebels went on an 8-2 run to trim the lead to 40-31 but that would be the closest the Rebels would come. A bucket from Flack and a three pointer from Leisha Steger sparked a 7-0 run and the Patriots never looked back. Brewer went on to win 53-38 to improve to 14-1 on the season.

McCarley Northway led the Patriots with 13 points while Abby Hufnagle had 9 and Madisen Adams finished with 8. The Patriots are currently ranked ninth in the state in 6A.

 

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