Hollidaysburg had no answer for State College post players Jalyn Shelton-Burleigh and Kyla Irwin on Wednesday.
Shelton-Burleigh scored a career-high 23 points and Irwin added 17 as the Lady Little Lions rolled 62-35 to hand the Lady Golden Tigers’ just their second loss of the season.
State College (14-7) dominated from the beginning in its final home game of the season. The Lady Little Lions led 14-4 after one quarter and extended to margin to 34-15 at the half.
“The girls came out really focused and engergized,” State College coach Bethany Irwin said. “I was concerned about their legs since they ran a lot agaionst Williamsport (Tuesday). They came out and were feeling it. The energy in the gym was really good.”
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Irwin lauded the play of Carrie Mahon, who handled Hollidaysburg’s constant pressure and fed the ball inside to Shelton-Burleigh and Irwin for baskets. Mahon and Ali Treglia added eight points each.
Courteney Storm led Hollidaysburg (16-2) with 10 points.