East Ashtabula, OH- CVC play is well underway for girls basketball and on Friday night the Edgewood Warriors girls’ basketball team secured a hard-fought victory against the Geneva Eagles with a final score of 54-50. The Warriors showcased their offensive prowess and resilience, securing their undefeated record at 3-0.
Leading the charge for the Warriors was the dynamic duo of Katie McCollister and Annie Johnston, combining for an impressive 31 points. McCollister led all scorers with 19 points, while Johnston contributed a solid 12 points. The Vencill trio, sisters Avery and McKenna, along with cousin Faith Vencill, provided crucial support with a combined 17 points. Leigha Guyton and Carly Kray added to the scoreboard with 4 and 2 points, respectively.
Despite a valiant effort from the Geneva Eagles, led by Delaney Morrison’s remarkable 19-point performance, the Warriors managed to maintain their lead in each quarter, securing the win.
Looking ahead, the Edgewood Warriors (3-0) are set to face the Lakeside Dragons (0-3) in a home game on 12/12/23. The Dragons, coming off a close 36-31 loss to the Jefferson Falcons, will be hungry for a win. On the same day, the Geneva Eagles (2-1) will host the Harvey Red Raiders (1-2), with the Red Raiders seeking redemption after a tough 62-21 loss to the Edgewood Warriors in their previous matchup. The upcoming games promise more exciting basketball action and an opportunity for both the Warriors and the Eagles to further showcase their skills and determination on the court.