Josefine Egholm, of Imlay City, looks to fire up a shot from trifecta territory during her team’s non-league confrontation versus International Academy of Flint last Saturday night. photo by Kevin Kissane.
December 19, 2007
IMLAY CITY — Imlay City netted a 46-25 win at visiting International Academy of Flint's expense in a non-league varsity girls' basketball matchup last Saturday night.
With the final, Imlay City goes to 3-2 overall.
In Saturday's matchup, Imlay City forged an 11-6 edge after one quarter was complete.
The next eight-minute stretch would see Imlay City deposit 15 points through the twines, while allowing International Academy of Flint eight.
That made it 26-14, Imlay City, at the halftime break.
Following a 10-minute break for halftime, Imlay City padded its cushion some.
Aided by a 12-2 third quarter advantage, Imlay City raised their lead to 38-16 at the 24-minute mark.
International Academy of Flint outscored Imlay City by a 9-8 count from that point on, only to drop a 46-25 verdict when the final buzzer sounded.
For Imlay City, Lindsey Van Dyk (10 points, featuring two treys) set the pace. The Spartans also had Krissy Swejkowski and Taylor Lee (eight points each), Josefine Egholm (seven, with a pair of triples), Ashley Timmer (four), Alizabeth Caldwell (three) along with Brynn Bertram, Anne Pawlaczyk and Alyssa Snyder (two apiece) connect.
Adrian Gentry topped International Academy of Flint. She finished with 13 points, knocking down a three-pointer en route.