Lady Elks bag first hoops win
Elk Creek High's girls basketball team jumped out to an 8-2 lead in the first quarter on Tuesday, and made the lead stand up despite being outscored by four points in the second half of their 37-32 win at home.
Kayleen Swearinger tied her career-high with a big 18-point effort, and the Lady Elks hit the boards with a vengeance, securing 44 rebounds during the contest.
Kashaya Bill was the force on the glass with 15 boards, and Sarah McCabe fought for 10.
Taylor Munk followed Swearinger on the scoring sheet with nine points, as Elk Creek improved to 1-4 on the season.
Elk Creek plays American Christian Academy in Palo Cedro on Tuesday.