The Mathews High School girls’ varsity basketball team earned two hard-fought wins this week over King William and West Point, improving to 16-1 on the season.
Last Thursday, MHS hosted the King William Cavaliers, a team they had easily beaten early in the season by a 21-point margin. This contest, however, proved to be much different.
Mathews struggled offensively but was able to keep the game close with good defense and came out on top, 28-24.
Savanna Wooten led MHS in scoring, hitting three three-point shots and going 3-for-4 from the line for a 12-point night. Hallie Duncan added six points for the Devils while Maria Spadaccini, Mariah Robinson and Sarah Brown scored five, three and two points, respectively.
After Saturday night’s contest with York and Monday night’s contest with Gloucester were cancelled due to the winter storm, Mathews was finally able to hit the court again on Tuesday night when the Lady Devils traveled to West Point for a conference matchu...
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