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Game-By-Game Honeybears Review 12 By Coach Anderson Monday, September 25, Mt. Pulaski Honeybears hosted Normal Metcalf. 7th grade Honeybears (2 - 0) jumped out to a 19 - 0 lead going into halftime and went onto win 25 - 5. Je'Na Rentmeister led all scorers with 9 points and 3 steals. Makenna Wilham contributed 4 points and 3 assists, and Alexis Wade scored 4 points and added 6 assists. Grace Davis and Hailee Daigh each scored 3 points apiece. Kamrie Char- ron scored a bucket. Grace Davis led her team with 5 offen- sive rebounds. 8th grade Honeybears (1 - 1) started out slow but then Alexis Wade hit a half court shot at the end of the first quarter that tied up the game at 5 points apiece. That shot seemed to ignite the Honeybears as they went onto win 28 - 21,Alexis Wade led 8th grade Honeybears with 14 points. Cassidy Clark scored 7 points and pulled down 8 rebounds. Je'Na Rentmeister scored 3 points, while Hailee Daigh and gh.'io Turner each scored a bucket. Tuesday, September 26, Honeybears traveled to LSA in Decatur. 7th grade team started out a little slow and found them- selves down 7 - 6 after the first quarter. Offense started clicking and Honeybears went on a 19 - 6 run over the next two quarters. Honey- bears (3 - 0) won the contest 31 - 19. Alexis Wade led all scorers with 16 points and 4 offensive rebounds. Grace Davis scored 6 points and pulled down 4 rebounds. Hailee Daigh scored 3 points and contrib- uted 2 assists. Je'Na Rent- meister, Makenna W'flham, and Kamrie Charron each scored a basket. 8th grade Honeybears (2- 1) played strong team defense and went onto win 41 - 14. Alexis Wade led the Honey- bears with 11 points. Alanea Cyrulik scored 8 points. Xzandria Turner scored 6 points. Hailee Daigh and Clarissa Turner each scored 4 points apiece. Cassidy Clark scored 3 points, while Je'Na Rentmeister and Kamrie Charron each scored a basket. Grace Davis scored a free throw. Saturday, September 30, Honeybears hosted the Clinton Maroons. 7th grade Honeybears found themselves up 20 - 3 going into halftime. They improved to 4 - 0 this season as they won the game 41 - 12. Alexis Wade scored 13 points and had 3 steals. Je'Na Rentmeister scored 10 points and recorded one block and a steal. Makenzi Chandler and Hailee Daigh each scored 5 points apiece. Josie Wakeman scored 4 points and pulled down 6 rebounds. Sydney Lowe and Grace Davis each scored a basket. 8th grade Honeybears fought hard through the entire game, however, they struggled offensively against Clinton's defense and lost their contest 24 - 17. Alexis Wade scored 10 points, Cassidy Clark scored 3 points, pulled down 7 rebounds, and had 2 blocks. danea and Clarissa Turner each scored 2 points apiece. Monday, October 2, Hon- eybears traveled to llliopo- lis to take on Sangamon Valley. 7th grade Honeybears (5 - 0) jumped out to a 15 - 2 lead after the first quarter and only allowed the Storm to score 8 more points the rest of the game. Final score was 40- 10. Je'Na Rentmeister led Honeybears with 14 points. Alexis Wade scored 11 points, 4 assists, and 4 steals. Hailee Daigh had 6 points, 2 offensive rebounds, and 2 steals. Makenzi Chandler scored 4 points and Grace Davis scored 3 points. Sydney Lowe made a basket. 8th grade Honeybears (3 -2) were only up 10 - 9 going into halftime, but outscored the Storm 26 - 9 in the 2nd half and went onto win 36 - 18. Xzandria Turner /ed the Honeybears with 10 points. Cla- rissa Turner scored 8 points. Alexis Wade scored 7 points and made 3 assists. Also scoring for Honeybears were Je'Na Rentmeister with 5 points, Cassidy Clark with 4 points, and Josie Wakeman scored a basket. Tuesday, October 3, Hon- eybears hosted the Spring- field Calvary Saints. 7th grade Honeybears (6 - 0) jumped out to a 12 - 2 first quarter lead and then tacked on 14 more points as they went into halftime up 26 - 7. After another strong 3rd quarter and 4th quarter, the Honeybears won the game 44- 17. Alexis Wade scored 19points to lead the Honeybears. Je'Na Rentmeister scored 14 points. Grace Davis scored 4 points and Makenzi Chan- dler scored 3 points. Hailee Daigh and Kamrie Charron each scored a basket. 8th grade Honeybears (4 - 2) were up 16 - 8 going into halftime, however, Calvary outscored the Honeybears 8 - 4 in the 3rd quarter. Saints continued to find the basket and eventually took the lead in the 4th quarter. Honey- bears fought back to get the lead and made their free throws down the stretch to hold onto win 30 - 26. Cassidy Clark/ed the Hon- eybears with 10 points, including shooting 8 - 12from the free throw line. Alexis Wade scored 9 points and was 3 - 5 from the line. Xzandria Turner scored 7 points, while Je'Na Rent- meister and Clarissa Turner each made a basket. At Mt. Pulaski The weekend in Mt. Pulaski was the 14th annual 6th Grade Girls Honeybear Tournament. First round games were played Friday, October 6. Wil- liamsviUe and CCS/NHM/ Zion played the first game of the event and the BeeBees from grflliamsville came out on top, 31 - 7. Naomi Rob- erts led the BeeBees with 12 points. Ella Singleton, AJ Mahler, and Kristy Morrow each scored a basket for the Crusaders. JuliannaCraig scored a free throw. WLB won the 2nd game of the tournament 47 - 16 against Pleasant Plains. Kloe Froebe led all scorers and the Wolverines with 28 points. Becca Heitzig chipped in 5 points. Jenna Bowman, Piper Whiteman, and Toil Geriets each scored 4 points apiece. Jane Turner also con- tributed a basket. Pleasant Plains were led by Nestler with 3 points and Fraaer with 4 points. The Warriors from Athens won the third game 30 - 8 against Pawnee Indi- ans. Emerson Lane scored 8 points, while Carly Szoke and Riley Womble each added 6 points for the War- riors. Ashlyn Kern scored 4 points for Pawnee. Final game of the evening was against the Honeybears and the New Berlin Pretzels. After a right first quarter, the Honeybears put together a 13 - 6 run in the 2nd quarter and found themselves up 17 - 11 going into halftime. Honey- bears then held onto win 37 - 25. Grace Davis led the Honey- bears with 17 points. Makenzi Chandler scored 10 points, Kamrie Charron scored 8 points, and Sydney Lowe scored a basket. Second day of the tour- nament started with CCS/ NHM/Zion against Pleas- ant Plains. Fraaer scored 13 points and Sprinkle scored 10 points for Pleasant Plains as they penciled themselves into the consolation game. Pret- zels scored early and often through their center, Marissa Heionimus, who led all scor- ers with 16 points. The Pretzels beat Pawnee 36 - 5. During the third game, Kloe Froebe made 16 field goals against Williamsville as the Lady Wolverines defeated the BeeBees, 53 - 14. Jenna Bowman also contributed 10 points for the Lady Wolver- ines. Elyse Olysav scored 10 points for the BeeBees. Final game of 2nd round proved to be a tight game between the Honeybears and the Warriors. Honeybears had a 21 - 14 lead going into the 4th quarter, only to have that lead erased early into the 4th quarter. Honeybears found themselves down 24 - 23, but they scored two buck- ets towards the end of regula- tion to hold onto win 27 - 24. Grace Davis led the Honey- bears with 13 points. Kamrie Charron scored 6 points, " while Makenzi Chandler and Sydney Lowe each scored 4 points for the Honeybears. Ellie Westervelt scored 7 ~t" and Riley Womble scored 6 points for the Warriors. Final round began with the conso- lation game between Pleasant Plains and the New Berlin oO Pretzels. Pleasant Plains, P" defense was too much for ~a the Pretzels and Plains won to 5th place. Third place game O was between Athens and Williamsville. W'dliamsville made a great run towards the end of the third quarter and into the fourth, but the War- riors won the game and fin- ished in third place. Final game of the after- noon found the Lady Wol- verines and the Honeybears in the title game just like they were a year ago. Lady Wolverines used a balance offense and a stingy defense as they went onto win 71 - 15. Kloe Froebe led the Wolverines with 26 points and Becca Heitzig added 10 points. Jenna Bowman and Jane Tumer each scored 8 points apiece. Second place Honeybears were led by Makenzi Chandler with 7 points. Grace Davis scored 4 points, while Sydney Lowe and Haylee Ivey each scored a basket for the Honeybears. 1st row (left to right) - Chloe Stone, Catie Fletcher, Makenzi Chandler, Grace Davis, Scout Tschantz, and Kamrie Charron. 2nd row (left to right) - Abby Jones, Summer Eskew, Sydney Lowe, Ella Bobell, Cecilia Davis, Haylee Ivey, and Allison Cahill.