2013-01-31 / Sports

Mustangs roll on to win over Bears


The Mustangs’ defense puts pressure on Jordyn Bradshaw under the net at Monday night’s home game. 
Joe LeBlanc photo The Mustangs’ defense puts pressure on Jordyn Bradshaw under the net at Monday night’s home game. Joe LeBlanc photo COOKS – Seven is usually a lucky number, but such was not the case for the Lady Bears Monday night. The Big Bay girls scored seven points in each of the first three quarters against the Munising Mustangs, but didn’t have any luck in the end, dropping a 38-30 decision to Munising.

Tied at seven following the first period, the Mustangs paced Big Bay 13-7 to control a 20-14 advantage at the half. Samantha Sundling paced the effort for the Bears with five points; she went on to lead Big Bay in scoring with 12 points.

With seven more on the board in the third, the Bears trailed by seven going into the fourth quarter. Munising put up 10 to the Bears’ nine points in the quarter to seal the win.

With the win, the Mustangs improve to 5-8, the Bears fall to 1-11.

In addition to Sundling, Chelsea Thompson scored 11 points, Patience Harris four, Cassidy Cayemberg two, and Rachel Leckson one point.

The Mustangs were led by Sheena Sowa with 16 points, Katie Immel six, Jenna Hach, Megan McLaren, Karlee Decet and Ashley Cromell had four points each.

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