Shayna Dryland jumps to shoot over the head of teammates and opponents alike. Photo by Megan Roth/Eckville Echo

Aces hand Panthers their card

The senior girls Aces won over the Bentley Panthers Dec. 6 at home

The senior girls Aces came out ready to play Wednesday night in the teams home game against the Bentley Panthers.

The Aces won against the Panthers with a final score of 59-34.

Right from the tip-off at the start of the game, the Aces were in control of the game.

At the end of the first quarter, the girls had established a lead, one they kept throughout the entirety of the game.

The Aces played a utilized a fast, zone offence during the game, which benefited them as the Panthers could not keep up with the quick passes and fast breaks.

The Aces took the win, Dec. 6, and will prepare for the team’s next game. The Aces will next play at home on Dec. 13, against Koinonia.



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Annicka McAlpine charges down the court for a layup midway through the first quarter. Photo by Megan Roth/Eckville Echo

Heather Dial stretches to block a pass to a visiting panther late in the first quarter of the game. Photo by Megan Roth/Eckville Echo

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