Angola maintained its firm grip on first place in the NECC girls basketball standings last Friday night with a 72-46 trouncing of Prairie Heights.
Claire Grubb poured in 25 points to lead the Lady Hornets, who are now 7-0 in league play and 11-2 overall. Grubb did most of her damage from the three-point line, where she was 6-9.
Rachel Rinehart delivered 18 points, seven steals and five assists to the Angola ledger. Ericka Rinehart totaled 12 points.
Tressa Terry scored 14 points to lead Prairie Heights, which dipped to marks of 4-4 and 6-6 with Friday’s result. Sinking 13 tallies apiece were Rebekah Frey and Shawna Carbone.