The Warriors dominated from start to finish as they led 14-11 at the end of the first quarter and 29-21 at halftime. WMC pulled away in the third quarter and led 47-28.
Kyla Wiersema had a phenomenal 31 points, 14 rebounds, and five assists. Maddie Wiersema was not far behind with 26 points, 11 rebounds, seven steals, and four blocks.
“Ashley Folkema, Hannah Heiss, and Lexie Daggett did a great job of breaking the press in the second half and they found Maddie and Kyla for great looks,” said WMC Coach Jeremy Goorman. “They (Wiersemas) worked their tails off and the team fed off their energy. They are incredible leaders and are a dream to coach. I know their teammates appreciate what they do on and off the court.”
Destyni Lane led the Eagles with 12 points, five rebounds, and three steals. Jasmine Pastor added 12 points of her own with five rebounds and two assists. Andrea Romero-Serrano had six points and four steals on the evening.
WMC improves to 13-4 overall and remained at 7-1 in the Lakes 8 Activities Conference. The Warriors will travel to Muskegon Catholic on Friday.
Oakridge falls to 7-12 overall and remains 6-7 in the West Michigan Conference. The Eagles will play Fruitport on their home floor for the district opener on Monday.
Check out photos from the action shot by Jason Goorman.