Gladwin Girls JV A Basketball

Maya Marsrow led the Flying G’s with 19 points against Farwell.

GLADWIN – The Gladwin girls lost to Midland last week in their first game after the long Christmas break. The final score was 50-32. “Sindle Corlew played her best game of the season scoring 6 points, was strong on rebounds, and 100 percent from the free throw line,” said Coach Kierstin Hale. “Avery Miller played tough defense and helped lead the team in rebounds and steals.”

Maya Marsrow was the leading scorer for Gladwin with seven points. Anna Seebeck and Erin Breault had six each. Delaney Reynolds and Maelyn Guzman had four and three points respectively.

Gladwin bounced back on Friday night beating Jack Pine Conference foe, Farwell, 40-38. “We made our free throws when it counted, said Coach Kierstin Hale. Down 12 points in the third quarter the Flying G’s battled back for the win. 

“Anna Seebeck played top notch defense,” said Hale. She also scored six points. Maya Marsrow led the team in scoring with 19 points.  Delaney Reynolds added 6 points and had a “strong fourth quarter,” according to Hale.

Erin Breault scored 5 points and led the G’s in steals, Sindle Corlew and Emily Heyer each added a bucket. Hale added that Avery Miller and Abby Manges played “tough defense” to help the G’s earn their victory. Their next game is home Friday at 4:30 p.m. against Beaverton.

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