The Wakefield Owls won their third consecutive girls basketball game by beating Shenandoah Valley, 50-10, Wednesday at home in the Plains.
Wakefield (3-0) shut out Shenandoah in the first quarter, 25-0, en route to another blowout victory.
The Owls haven't missed a beat since the graduation of Emily Granruth and Kelly Mason following last season, when Wakefield went 25-7 and finished as the VISAA Division III state runner-up. In three games this season, the Owls have outscored opponents by an average of 32.3 points per game.
Ten Owls scored against Shenandoah Valley with Arielle Jenkins contributing a game-high nine points. Elizabeth Miller added eight points on 4-for-4 shooting, while Maddie Dale and Autumn Sanders had six each, and Alexis Smith and Juliana Parra had five each.
Jenkins also had five of Wakefield's 21 steals, while Smith had three of the Owls' four blocks and four steals. Erika Smith added three steals and a team-high three assists. Dale, Rachel Tyeryar and Alyssa Ortiz led Wakefield with four rebounds apiece.
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