"Quote" by Callan Taylor
On surpassing 1,000 Career Points...
"I am very blessed with the SMWC basketball program, teammates and coach I have worked with the past four years because without them I would not have been able to hit my 1,000 points. Coach Bradley and now Coach Belf heave always given me the green light and that's a shooters dream. My teammates have always pushed me and encouraged me to keep shooting which is something I can't thank them enough for. I am very excited about being up on the banner with my teammates JaBreen Gardner and Tara Parmer".
How It Happened:
The SMWC offensive started off slowly which allowed Earlham to gain the substantial lead of 27-12 in the first quarter. However, the Pomeroys defense did not help their case as they gave up 20+ points each quarter. In the second, SMWC was led by Sydney Ingram and Maggie Reimer who each scored five points. The Woods entered halftime down 53-30. Earlham scored 29 points in the third quarter while the Pomeroys notched 20. At the start of the fourth, 82-50. At the end of the game, SMWC lost 102-64.
- Sydney Ingram scored a season-high 17 points while she added four rebounds and a block
- Delaney Kendall put up 10 points, tossed four assists, and came up with four steals
- Maggie Reimer led the team in rebounds with five
- Avalee Jeffers scored six points and grabbed four steals
By The Numbers:
1,000 | Callan Taylor surpassed 1,000 Career Points
30.9 | The Woods finished the game shooting 30.9%
29 | SMWC forced Earlham to commit 29 turnover
13 | Overall, 13 of the 15 active members of the team tallied points on the box score; this is the third game in-a-row the Pomeroys have had 12+ player's score
SMWC will hit the road and travel to Jacksonville, Ill. to play in the MacMurray Invite. The Pomeroys will face Greenville College on Friday night at 9:00 p.m. and MacMurray College on Saturday at 1:00 p.m.
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