When leading scorer Kim Kamp went down with a season-ending injury in early December, it was a question as to where the Lady Tiger squad would find enough offense to win ball games. The answer has been from pretty much everyone on the team. The team scoring balance was put on full display Friday night as all nine Tiger players scored at least three points, including six in double figures.
Abby Schultz (Calvary Schools of Holland) continued her torrid three point shooting, going four of six from behind the arc to lead the Lady Tigers with 15 points. Anna Iwaniw (Kent City) gave her usual solid contribution as the first player off the bench wth 12 points. Amy Leszinske (Ravenna) and Marissa Pelletier (Calvin Christian) each scored 11, while Sarah Steenwyk (Zion Christian) and Sydney Wildeboer (Kent City) each added 10. Sydney completed the double-double and led the team with 10 rebounds. Amy Leszinske set a career high and paced the team with eight assists.
“I thought we came out with good focus and didn’t look past Emmaus,” Coach Renzema commented about the game. “We scored 83 and actually missed a lot of layups and easy shots. The girls have really come together and I love the balance we have on this team. It has been a few years since we have had a team get six in double figures.”