Kyla Irwin outscored the entire Chambersburg girls’ basketball team with a career-high 31 points in State College’s 60-28 victory Tuesday night.
Irwin’s 31 points came from eight field goals, two 3-point goals, and a 9 of 10 showing from the free throw line.
State College trailed 8-7 after one quarter, but exploded for 22 points in the second period to take a 29-13 halftime lead.
State College squared its record at 3-3 after a tough schedule to open the season. “Five of our first six games, have been on the road,” coach Bethany Irwin said. “oday was a two hour drive, which may have accounted for our slow start today.”
Chambersburg did not have a player score in the double digits and were held to single digits in each quarter. “Our girls picked it up defensively,” Irwin said. “That defense was then able to set up the offense.”
State College hosts Harrisburg on Friday.