The Stockbridge girls’ basketball team had a big week, cruising to three wins and making it four wins in a row for the Lady Panthers.
They opened the week by routing Maple Valley 67-33 Wednesday, February 17.
The Panthers jumped out to a quick 13-5 lead behind six points by Grace Hall and four by Madison Mazuca in the first quarter.
Gwen Rogozinski took the reins in the second, exploding for 24 points in the quarter including four triples to give the Panthers a 41-11 lead at the half.
Maple Valley would outscore the Panthers 13-10 in the third, bu tGracee Robidou would score eight in the fourth to help the Panthers cruise to the win.
Rogozinski finished with 27 points, followed by Hall, Mazuca, and Robidou with eight each. Kaylee Dalton finshed with six points, Alaina Kellenberger and Maddie Dalton four each, and Chelsey Asquith two.
The Panthers then traveled to Perry Thursday night and crushed the Ramblers 61-20.
Rogozinski had another big quarter, hitting for 17 in the first to help the Panthers jump out to a 28-3 lead after one. Hall added five points in the first for the Panthers.
Kaylee Dalton scored five in both the second and third quarters and Hall would add seven more in the third as the Panthers lead grew to 55-15 after three as they improved to 2-0 in the GLAC.
Rogozinski finished with 19 points, while Kaylee Dalton added 16 and Hall 14. Asquith chipped in with six points, Brooklyn Rochow four, and Mazuca two.
The Panthers continued their three game road trip with a 64-55 win at Dansville Saturday night.
Hall sparked the Panthers with nine first quarter points as they took a 22-15 lead after one.
Kaylee Dalton and Rogozinksi scored six each in the second as the Panthers outscored the Aggies 18-10 to take a 40-25 lead into the break.
Dansville made a game of it in the third by outscoring Stockbridge 15-6 to cut the Panthers lead to 46-40 after three quarter.
Rogozinski would dash any hopes of a comeback by the Aggies by scoring 13 in the fourth as the Panthers held off the hard charging Aggies for the win.
Stockbridge was led by Rogozinski with 27 points.
Hall finished with 13 points, while Kaylee Dalton added 11, Mazuca seven, Rochow four, and Asquith two.