What a night for Gracyn Anderson.
 
The Grade 12 from Fort High put up 41 points as the Sting topped Eastglen 83-69 on Monday (Dec.10).
 
"We all work as a team and as a family. On the court, we're all together," said Anderson. "We never even scored close to that many points last season."
 
Brooklyn Reed contributed big-time upfront as well, adding 25 points.
 
"We were fast. We were quick and we really pushed the ball," said head coach Lindsey Reed. "It's nice to see shots coming from a variety of girls."
 
The Sting will head to Edmonton on Wednesday to face Michaelle-Jean.
 
 

 

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