Girls Varsity Basketball · Girls Basketball: Miss Basketball candidate leads Kzoo Central past Lakeshore 76-17


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Highly touted Kalamazoo Central traveled to Stevensville Monday night looking to erase the feeling of their loss to title contender East Grand Rapids this past Saturday in an elite match-up of top teams. Although Morasha Wiggins, a Miss Basketball candidate, was limited in action against the Pioneers with 13 points to her credit after facing early foul trouble, she posted a game high 30 points leading the Maroon Giants to a 76-17 victory against the Lancers.

Last week against Battle Creek Central (61-10 win) and East Grand Rapids (53-42 loss), Wiggins scored 27 points. Tonight, not only did she score 30 points for the game, but she added 13 rebounds to pace the Maroon Giants. Kalamazoo Central had two others in double figures with Laila Vincent scoring 11 points and Alaila Walker adding 13 points.

The Lakeshore Lancers had eight players score points. Gabriella Conway and Ainsley Ashby both led the Lancers with three points each. Olivia Trivedi, Riley Pifer, Alexandria Hardin, Emma Callahan, and Shelby Grau each scored two points. Reneigh Sandmann scored one point.

Lakeshore will continue their long home stand when they welcome the Mattawan Wildcats for their second meeting of the season Tuesday night. The Lancers will meet St. Joseph this Thursday, and then they see the Niles Vikings again next Monday. Follow @LHSLancerSports on Twitter and the Lakeshore Lancer Network on Facebook for score updates and live coverage. Video streaming of home games is available through subscription on the NFHS Network by searching for Lakeshore High School.