Without fans lining the stands in Aberdeen, the W.F. West girls got out to a slow start against their league foe. But despite needing to create a bit of their own energy, the Bearcats rode a well-rounded scoring effort to a 66-28 win Tuesday night.
“It was a weird energy and vibe,” Bearcats coach Kyle Karnofski said. “Coming off a big win last night too, it was hard out of the gate. But our defense got us into it.”
The Bearcats (12-2, 6-1 2A EvCo) got a career-high 14 points from senior Olivia Remund, who knocked in big shots and gave them a much-needed energy boost without fans and on the road.
Also scoring in double figures for W.F. West were Lexi Roberts (10 points), Drea Brumfield (10 points), Kyla McCallum (10 points), and Makayla Mencke, who had 11 points off the bench.
W.F. West will look to keep it rolling on Thursday with just a day off when it takes on White River in another non-league contest.