Girls basketball advances record to 9-2 in win against Troy High School

Danny Johnson

The girls basketball team defeated Troy High school 54-29 at home Tuesday, putting the squad’s overall record at 9-2 this season. This back-to-back win came after losing to Etiwanda High School, a squad ranked No. 5  in California, according to This upward momentum is needed for the squad’s first league game coming later this week.

The squad came out strong in the first half, scoring 31 points and keeping the Warriors to just 12. The Wolverines struggled in the third quarter, though, as they were outscored 12-11. The squad was able to recover in the fourth quarter, however, and the Wolverines ultimately won the game with a strong lead. 

Freshman Jamie Yue ’24 said she is proud of the outcome of the game and that the team played well overall. 

“I think we started the game with a lot of energy,” Yue said. “We also communicated well on defense and that was the biggest factor in our win.”

The Wolverines will face Chaminade High School at home on April 29 in its first Mission League game of the season and in hopes of extending its win streak to three.