Lady Blue Devils overwhelm Lady Vikings


Kerry Naylor

Sakeria Haralson posted her eighth double-double against Glendale.

Colin McCaulley, Sports Writer

The Lady Blue Devils basketball team didn’t score in the fourth quarter Wednesday against Glendale on the road.

Incredibly, they still won by mercy rule. The final score of the game ended up 85-25.

The first quarter saw the Lady Blue Devils leading 42-7, a lead that lead would climb up to 67-11 at the end of the first half. In the third quarter Bellwood-Antis would see the last of their points scored to advance them to an 85-18 lead, before playing keep away in the fourth quarter.

Sophomore Alli Campbell put up yet another monster game she, scoring 25 points and pulling 8 rebounds to go along with 7 assists 7 steals, and 1 block. Fellow sophomore Sakeria Haralson had a huge game with 18 points and 12 rebounds, which marks her 8th double double of the season.

Sophomore Emilie Leidig had a career high in points, scoring 21 and pulling 7 boards, adding 4 assists, and forcing 7 turnovers. Leidig was named the MaxPreps Player of the Game afterwards by Coach Jim Swaney.

Senior Tina Hollen was on fire from the three point line, draining 3 of 5 of her threes.

The Lady Blue Devils continue riding on the now 9 game win streak as they host Juniata Valley Friday night, their toughest opponent in the I.C.C. to date.