On Monday, the day after Christmas, Continental Airlines hosted Corey Lawson at a non-league women’s basketball game. The Pirates made the game early, but the Hornets’ run of 19 points spanning the first and second quarters proved to be the difference. The Hornets put in the first basket and the Pirates responded with Olivia Logan with her basket to tie the game at her two. It was all the Hornets as they put up the next 19 points. The Hornets won the first quarter 18-4 and scored his eight points in the first of the second quarter to take a commanding 26-4 lead. The Pirates fought back with a 7-point run from Tegenkamp’s pair of baskets and a basket and free throw from Logan. Hornets 26-11.His pair of 3s for the Hornets made them 32-11. The Pirates scored his last three points of the half (Tegenkmap 2, Logan 1) and at the break he makes it 32-14 Hornets.
The Pirates scored the first three points of the second half, with Tegenkamp making a basket and a free throw to make it 32-17 Hornets. The Hornets scored his 11 points and extended the lead to his 26, 43-17. The Pirates scored 7 of his 9 points at the end of the quarter, with the Mackenzie Shock scoring his 2, Logan scoring his 5, and the Hornets leading by his 45-24. Tegenkamp and Logan added two each and the Hornets added a total of 14. Hornets 59-33 Finals.
Continental led the scoring with Bryn Tegenkamp on 13 points and Olivia Logan on 11. Mackenzie Shock added 4, Reese Knowles added 3 and Olivia Crossgrove added 2. The Hornets made six of his 3-pointers.
Continental fell to 0-11 to host Mirror City on Friday. Corey Lawson improves his 8-1 record. The Continentals won the junior national team game he won 19-15.