Nelsonville, Ohio -- Hocking College women’s basketball team (1-7) used the three-point ball to shoot themselves past Appalachian Bible College (0-2) on Tuesday night (December 11), 83-50. The Hawks soared to a 46-15 halftime advantage. The home court victory was the first for interim coach Sterry Etheridge at Hocking College.
The Hawks were led by sophomore guard Shanyce Cabrales (Houston, Texas/Dobie) who scored a game-high 31 points, shooting 11-of-16 (68.8%) from the field, including seven of Hocking’s 14 three-pointers. She also added three rebounds, an assist and four steals. She was closely followed by her teammate, freshman guard Madeline Almond (Fort Wayne IN/Northrop) who posted 27 points on 10-of-17 from the field including five three-pointers, four rebounds, four steals and an assist. As a team Hocking shot 31-of-76 (40.8%) from the field and 14-of-33 (42.4%) from behind the three-point arc.
Appalachian Bible College was led by Kayla Krewson who had 15 points and five rebounds. The Warriors committed 23 turnovers to just eight for the Hawks. As a team, Appalachian Bible College shot 48.0% from the field but missed all seven three-point attempts.
The next home game for the Hawks is Saturday, Jan. 12 at 1 pm vs. Owens Community College.
Trevor Stephens is a student at Hocking College. He is currently completing an internship with the Hocking College athletic department.