The Broncos Keep Putting the Pressure on the Southwestern League
The Broncos overwhelmed the Wolfpack early, getting out to a 18-6 lead in the first period and then outscoring Great Oak 10-7 in the second. With the score 28-13 as the third period began, the Wolfpack finally slowed things down and outscored the Broncos 24-20…but it was just too little, too late.
Senior Keilanei Cooper paced the Broncos with 13 points. Junior Gabby Stoll added 12 more and grabbed 6 rebounds. Freshman Maitland Kingsley scored 10 points and led VMHS with 6 rebounds. Both Dani Weinmann and Serrrena Jimerson scored 5 points against the Pack and Nakela Smith ended up with 3 more.
Amanda Constant led the Wolfpack with a 17 point effort against a tough Bronco defense. Tianna Shaw added 10, Victoria Farris 7 and Ashley Waltz 2 points. Brooke Padgett added a point from the Charity Stripe.
Vista Murrieta is now 10-3 overall and in first place in league with a 3-0 record. They will play the Golden Bears a Temecula Valley Friday. Great Oak is 9-8, 2-1 in league and is headed to Murrieta Valley to face the Nighthawks.
Photos by Scott Padgett & Shane Sawitz
Southwestern League Standings
Great Oak 2-1
Murrieta Mesa 2-1
Murrieta alley 1-2
Temecula Valley 1-2