Another One Bites the Dust as Sullivan Sends A/O to the Cleaners

Photo by Keith Stewart Argenta-Oreana’s Katlyn Gibson kicks the ball back out after being met by three Sullivan defenders down low. Gibson scored 20 of her team’s 34 points on the night, a defensive weakness for Sullivan, who still managed to earn a 34-point margin of victory Friday.

Photo by Keith Stewart
Argenta-Oreana’s Katlyn Gibson kicks the ball back out after being met by three Sullivan defenders down low. Gibson scored 20 of her team’s 34 points on the night, a defensive weakness for Sullivan, who still managed to earn a 34-point margin of victory Friday.

Outdoes Argenta for another conference win

by Keith Stewart
keith@newsprogress.com

And one, and one, and one.

Sure, that could describe the manner in which Sullivan’s girls’ basketball team has racked up win after win this season (13 in a row), but it more accurately describes the fashion in which they secured their most recent 68-34 victory over conference opponent Argenta-Oreana.

“That hurt us early,” said Argenta coach Jeff Shumate.

Sullivan converted on three of five and-one opportunities in just the first half and were helped along by the aggressive post play of Brittin Boyer, who earned 11 points and seven rebounds in the same stretch.

The Lady Red established a lead early and ran away with the game going on a 9-0 run in just two minutes during the first quarter.     Login or Subscribe to read the rest of this story.

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