By Robert Whitmire
WAUSAU — The SPASH girls basketball team dispatched Wausau East 82 – 24 at East to improve their Wisconsin Valley Conference record to 5 – 1, 13 – 2 overall.
Senior Maggie Negaard set a new school record when she dropped in her eighth point of the night to up her total to 1,164 points surpassing Janel McCarville’s 1,150 point mark.
Negaard led all scorers with 21 points on the night and handed out four assists. Leah Earnest added twenty points and Rachel Sullivan dropped in nine points and cleared nine rebounds for SPASH.
The Panthers return to action when they play host to Wausau West Friday, January 19. Opening tip is scheduled for 7:15 pm.
SPASH: Maggie Negaard 21; Leah Earnest 20; Rachel Sullivan 9, Madisyn Rogan 7; Jenna Bohanski 6; Rachel Lummis 5; Kaylin Kostuchowski 4; Maddie Fink 4; Halle Gregorich 2; Halle Pavelski 2; Kaylee Hintz 2.
Wausau East: Kit Kronberger 8; Gabby Braatz 5; Malaya Merriwether 4; Gracie Reineking 3; Elizabeth Bouolanger 2; Tiffani Swede 2.