In the team’s only game of the week, Lady Braves’ Taylor Boroson and Abby Wilson each scored in double figures as they helped Bountiful crush the Jaguars 56-36.
The Lady Braves offense and defense were doing well in the first half, scoring 14 points in both quarters while holding West Jordan to single digits.
Assisting in the cause along with Boroson and Wilson were Katerina Skedros and Kennedy Merrick, whose efforts helped double the halftime lead at 28-14.
The second half was almost similar to the first half, as the Lady Braves scored the same amount of points and held West Jordan to 22 points in the half.
Boroson and Wilson continued to help the team on both fronts, grounding the Jaguars and forcing pressure on every shot they attempted.
Another advantage in the game was Bountiful’s free throw percentage. Though they only took nine shots from the free throw line, they made good on six of them.
The Jaguars, on the other hand, had 20 shots at the line, but only converted eight of their attempts.
For the game, Boroson and Wilson ended the night with 28 points combined. Merrick had nine points with one made three point field goal, and Skedros added seven points in the win.
The defense held every West Jordan player to single digit points except for Denae Boudreaux, who had 10 for the Jaguars.
The Lady Braves next four games will be at home, starting Tuesday against the Ogden Tigers.