continued Any rally, though, was impossible with Hourigan delivering 20 rebounds and 11 blocks to go with her 15 points. And Skaneateles could not gang on up Hourigan, either, because Dungey was putting together a career-best 22 points and 10 rebounds. Wheeler added eight points.
Meanwhile, Westhill’s anticipated showdown with Bishop Grimes on Friday night was snowed out, but the Warriors still have to make up that game, plus deal with a rematch against Bishop Ludden (whom it beat 69-63 on Jan. 3) next Thursday night.
J-E’s boys team lost last Tuesday to Westhill, 51-27, not able to score more than 10 points in any single period against an effective Warrior defense.
Jake Redmond, with 11 points, and Jacob Nigolian, with eight points, led Westhill’s attack as it climbed back to the .500 mark (5-5), while John Quinn (nine points) and Logan Smart (six points) set the pace for the Eagles.
Back home Thursday night, J-E fell to Skaneateles 77-43, as Holmes put up 11 points, just ahead of Cody Lewis (10 points), Gale Thorpe (eight points) and Smart (six points). The Lakers built a 70-32 lead through three periods as Brandon Barron got 14 points, with Jimmy Atkinson and Austin Gardner earning 11 points apiece.