KANSAS CITY — Ten Warriors scored in the Smithville girls basketball team’s 67-24 rout of Winnetonka on Thursday, Jan. 9.

Junior Christina Walsh led with 15 points, followed by another double-digit scorer, junior Emma Chevalier with 12 points.

Additional points were scored by: senior Rylee Ambroson, 7; sophomore Izzy Barrow, 7; junior Courtney Dull, 6; sophomore Kenzie Moes, 6; sophomore Kali Brown, 5; junior Allie Andrews, 4; sophomore Abby Payne, 3; and freshman Hanna Heath, 2.

Starters Ambroson, Andrews, Chevalier, Moes and Walsh got the game moving, and the Warriors closed out each quarter in the lead. The score was 16-7 in Smithville’s favor at the end of the first quarter. It was extended to 36-15 by the end of the second with Walsh adding nine points.

The third quarter, which ended with a 30-point lead from the Warriors (52-22), saw each member of the Warriors team on the court.

This victory brought Smithville’s overall record to 6-3.

Next on the Warriors’ schedule is a Tuesday, Jan. 14, game at St. Pius X.

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