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SGI girls suffer first loss to Mt. Mercy, bounce back against Lackawanna

Jaime Dickinson photo The Springville varsity girls basketball team stands together as the pledge of allegiance is said before a game against Lackawanna on Tuesday.

Jaime Dickinson photo
The Springville varsity girls basketball team stands together as the pledge of allegiance is said before a game against Lackawanna on Tuesday.

Jaime Dickinson photo Senior Kelsey Zabawa sinks a free throw during a game against Lackawanna on Tuesday.

Jaime Dickinson photo
Senior Kelsey Zabawa sinks a free throw during a game against Lackawanna on Tuesday.

Jaime Dickinson photo Springville’s Meghan Rehaurer dribbles around a Lackawanna defender.

Jaime Dickinson photo
Springville’s Meghan Rehaurer dribbles around a Lackawanna defender.

Jaime Dickinson photo Ivette Lewandowski receives a pass for Springville against

Jaime Dickinson photo
Ivette Lewandowski receives a pass for Springville against

The Springville varsity girls basketball team returned to its winning ways Tuesday night with a 75-29 win over the Lackawanna Steelers.

The SGI girls started off hot from the field and never looked back as they scored 49 points by halftime. Ivette Lewandowski led the team on an incredible shooting night, as she was a perfect 9-for-9 from the free-throw line line for a team-high 26 total points, while Grace Zabawa was terrific in the open floor as she chipped in 15 points. Kenz Owens was ran the offense and buried three three-pointers for 13 points. Kelsey Zabawa added 11 points inside and Meg Rehrauer’s aggressiveness and shot-making helped her add eight points. Lastly, coach Bob Gainey noted Bella Oakley scored two points but “made a huge impact with her defense and rebounding.”

Now 2-0 in league play in ECIC Div. IV, Springville will look to stay perfect it hosts Holland on Friday night.

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