Letting the St. Cecilia girls basketball team run the floor and hit easy shots isn't a winning formula for any opposing team. The Sandy Creek girls found that out the tough way Saturday at Chapman Gym.
The Cougars (7-4) turned the ball over on four of their first five possessions, finishing with 21 for the game, allowing the Class C-2 No. 6 Hawkettes to develop a quick lead and never look back in the 64-22 win.
"I keep thinking — I know we're not where we want to be — but our half-court defense is just solid," said STC head coach Jahn Kile, whose squad improved to 8-0.