Hamilton Huskies Girls Basketball brings Home Three More Wins

Hamilton Huskies Girls Basketball brings Home Three More Wins

Gwyn Bressler

On Dec. 2, 3 and 4, the Hamilton girls basketball team played three games. The teams they competed against were Chaparral, South Mountain and Desert Ridge. The Huskies were able to cruise past these teams with ease. On Dec. 2, the basketball team had their first home game against the Chaparral Firebirds at 7 p.m. The Huskies won by 37 points and won the game 65-28. Savanna Creal and Siajonet Burley were the team leaders during this game. Creal averages 20 points a game and is ahead of the national average by 15 points. She also has an average of four steals per game and is also ahead of the national average this time by three steals. Burley averages two assists per game which is also more than the national average.

The Dec. 3 game was away against the South Mountain Jaguars, but still resulted in a massacre of a win for the Huskies ending in  a score of 76-16. This Hamilton team now has an average of 62 points, 30 rebounds with  19 steals per game. 

The Huskies’ latest game was on Dec. 4 at 5:30 p.m. against the Desert Ridge Jaguars. This game also ended in a victory for Hamilton with a score of 63-27. Breanna Sommers and Reanna Farrington are also team leaders along with Creal and Burley. Sommers has an average of six rebounds per game and Farrington has an average of one block each game. This game brought the Huskies’ record up to 6-0 and the Jaguars down to 1-6. 

The Hamilton girls soccer team is also having an eventful season so far. Their record is now 1-1, losing to the Desert Vista Thunder one to nothing. However, Hamilton was able to win their home game against the Boulder Creek Jaguars with the final score being 3-1. These three goals were made by Haley Stones, Sophie Carson and Sienna Byers.

The next girls basketball game will be away on Thursday Dec. 9 against the Mesa Jackrabbits at 7 p.m. The Jackrabbits have a record of 6-1, and hopefully Hamilton can bring that record down to 6-2. The next girls soccer game will be  in a tournament, their first game against the Eastlake Titans on Wednesday Dec. 8 at 6 p.m. The Titans have only played one game and tied against their opponent.