Host Homestead bolted to an early lead and never looked back as it decked the Huntington North High School girls' varsity basketball team, 58-32, on Friday, Nov. 23.
The Lady Spartans jumped out to a 15-8 lead after the first quarter of play, expanded the margin to 32-14 by halftime and led 47-18 after three quarters of play.
The Lady Vikes, 0-5, were again led by Allyson Trout as she scored 13 points, grabbed four rebounds and dished out two assists. Freshman Hannah Stoffel added six points.
Sydney Buck led four Homestead players in double figures with 20 points. Grace German had 13 points, Lindley Kistler added 12 points and Josie Fisher notched 10.
The Lady Vikes hit only 5 of 24 field goal tries in the opening half for just 20.8 percent. They hit a respectable 9 of 22 in the second half for 40.9 percent to finish at 14 of 46, 30.4 percent for the game.
They were crushed off of the backboards, 50-24.
Homestead didn't light up the shooting charts, either, connecting on 20 of 57 from the field for 35.1 percent.
In junior varsity action, Madi Canady scored 10 points on 5 of 7 shooting to lead the Lady Vikes to a 43-26 win.
Corinne Tester, Hannah Williams, Rachel Anderson and Aly Grabner each scored six points for Huntington, 3-2.