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Sunday, February 12, 2017

Future Husky Coombs steals the show

Not long after the UConn women's basketball team dispatched SMU to win its 99th game in a row a member of the Huskies' incoming freshman class led the way in securing a memorable win of her own.

Mikayla Coombs had 27 points, 3 rebounds, 4 assists, 4 steals (including the 300th of her career) and 1 blocked shot to lead the Wesleyan School to a 59-50 win over Holy Innocents' Episcopal School in the Georgia Region 5-A championship game.

Holy Innocents' owns five wins against Wesleyan in the last two seasons including a pair of regular-season victories this season and wins in the regional and state championship games last season.

Next up is the state tournament for a 24-4 Wesleyan team.

Also, UConn signee Andra Espinoza-Hunter recorded her 11th 40-point game of her senior season with 48 points as Ossining (N.Y.) wrapped up the regular season with a 91-70 win over Gill St. Bernard's.

Espinoza-Hunter had six 3-pointers giving her 71 in 19 games and she ended the regular season averaging 37.7 points, 6.8 rebounds, 3.1 assists and 3.3 steals per game.

1 Comments:

Blogger Kurtzl said...

How does GENO incorporate all of these players next year? Especially since he recently stated he prefers a rotation of EIGHT players

1:05 PM 

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