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Lady Hawks too much for Bremen


HILLCREST - The Lady Hawks opened the game up with a strong mixture of offense and defense, which set the tempo for the rest of the night against

the Braves.  Behind the pure dominance of junior Forward, Uniquah Hampton, the Lady Hawks exploded offensively. She hit a huge three-pointer then shortly after that got a steal and lovely lay-up which gave the home team, the Lady Hawks, a 31 - 11 score in the second quarter.

Freshmen guard Jasmine Sanders, nicknamed "the Tiny," also stroked a beautiful three-pointer early in the game. One of her goals is to "be a strong force defensively and to help out the team in any way." Sanders came from middle school champion, South Wood, in Country Club Hills,  that took 2nd place in the state championship, while she was in the sixth grade.  "Playing in this championship was a great experience."

Not to be outdone, senior guard, Jamie Nelson, made the final shot of the first half from downtown and nailed it giving the home team a 44 - 13 lead.

In the second half, the Lady Hawks picked up right where they left off hitting just about every outside shot, and smothering the Braves offensively. Hampton finished the game with 14 points, 4 steals, 3 rebounds, and 2 assists on the night. Other notable players of the Lady Hawks:


Kristin Marshal (Jr.) 12 points, 1 assist, 3 steals
  Juanita Robinson (So.) 7 points, 6 assists, 6 steals
  Ashley Sloss (Sr.) 7 points, 6 rebounds
  Jamie Nelson (Sr.) 6 points, 1 assist, 2 steals
  Althea Burke (Jr.) 6 points 2 rebounds

Sharolyn Wiggins (Jr.) 5 points,  3 steals, 2 rebounds

  Jasmine Sanders (Fr.) 5 points,  1 assist, 2 steals


After game, Uniquah Hampton, Althea Burke and Jasmine Sanders all collectively agreed that going in to this game defensively would prevail. Hampton went on to say "Our goal for this season is to push

forward, and to shoot for the top." Burke added "Our motivation is key.  No Let Down attitude."

Coach Maniatis also added "our dependability, versatility and experience were the keys to our win tonight.  I can put any one of our 14 players from the roster on the floor for a good chance of success."

Final Score: 77 - 31

Record: 5-0, 1-0

Next Game Friday, December 5, 2008 vs. Evergreen  Park at 6:30pm.

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