NWI girls basketball P-T Top 10
November 22, 2012 8:40PM
Hobart's Autumn Beal (left) drives around Griffith's Sammi Adams in the first quarter of play during their game held at Griffith High School on Friday November 16, 2012. | Charles Mitchell For Sun-Times Media
1. Michigan City
It’s a slow start schedule-wise for the Wolves as they have their third game on Friday against Valparaiso.
2. West Side
Same thing for West Side, which has nine days between games 2 (Tuesday) and 3 (Nov. 29 at 21st Century).
The Red Devils are still undefeated to start the season with its next game at Crown Point on Tuesday.
The Pirates are also still undefeated after four games. Sounds like last season, but tough opponents are looming.
Make that a 5-0 start for the Brickies, and defense doing the job as they are holding teams to 28.2 points scored.
Just an estimate, but it could be a while until the Oilers lose a game since they’re the top team in the GSSC.
Duneland Conference game No. 2 comes Saturday for the Slicers at LC and they also try to stay undefeated.
The Hawks took the PCC Kup away from Boone Grove last week as they’ve already won half as many games as last season with a 4-0 start.
Yes, the Indians got blown out by Merrillville on Wednesday, but the three-game win streak before that was nice.
10. Kankakee Valley
After losing their first game to Valparaiso, the Kougars have won four straight by an average of 16 points.
Player of the week
Keshyana Cooper, MC
The senior post player had game-highs in points (20) and rebounds (14) to lead the Wolves to an easy win over Lake Central last Friday.