Shiloh Christian overwhelms Gentry

Wednesday, February 10, 2010

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Shiloh Christian girls basketball coach Vic Rimmer knows his team can be successful when it scores in transition.

All season, Rimmer has hammered the point home to his players that if they move the ball quickly, especially off defensive rebounds, they can score easy baskets.

The Lady Saints took that point to heart Thursday night, scoring several times in transition and defeating Gentry 53-34 in 4A-1 Conference play.

Leading the way for Shiloh (16-7, 9-2) was sophomore Meagan Henley, who scored a teamhigh 12 points. Junior Hannah Persing also contributed 10 points.

“We match very well with Gentry defensively; that’s a very good basketball team,” Rimmer said. “So when we’re able to score baskets that way, we felt ...

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