2/14/2014 2:34:00 PM Woodcock scores 21 in Bomber girls win
by Mike Dalton
The CFHS girls basketball team faced some stiff competition last week, but finished up with a nice win over Minneapolis Henry.
Cannon was at Henry Monday night, and every girl who played found the scoring column. The final score was 77-21.
"It was a nice confidence booster after our tough conference schedule," coach Eric Mace said. "It is really hard to gauge improvement against the teams we play most of the season. It is nice for the girls to see that we can win, and win handily!"
Courtney Woodcock had a nice game, with 21 points and 12 rebounds. Grace Rutter had 10 points, Callie Loeschke nine, Anna Rapp, Tayler Banitt and Maggie Rutter eight each, Ashly Serres and Hailey Huseth five apiece, and Leah Meyers three. Maggie Rutter had eight rebounds.
The going was a bit tougher in losses to LaCrescent and Christ's Household of Faith.
Cannon had to play without post players Woodcock and Katie Noble, as well as Maddie Adel, who has run into knee issues.
Serres had a team-high nine points in a 65-32 loss to LaCrescent on Friday. Banitt and Maggie Rutter had six each, Grace Rutter and Meyers four, and Loeschke three. The Rutter sisters each had eight rebounds.
The Bombers lost to CHOF 57-31 on Thursday, with Grace Rutter leading the way with nine points. Maggie Rutter had seven, Serres four, Huseth three, and Banitt, Loeschke, Rapp and Meyers had two each. Maggie Rutter had nine rebounds, Meyers and Grace Rutter seven each.
The girls were at Zumbrota-Mazeppa Tuesday. They host Kenyon on Friday and Lake City on Tuesday, Feb. 18.