The Amery girls' basketball team brought plenty of firepower with it to Glenwood City on Nov. 21 as it picked up a big 71-32 victory to improve to 2-0 on the young 2017-18 season.
Overall, the Warriors shot 60 percent from the field and 59 percent from the free throw line. Madelyn Granica had the hot hand, picking up a game-high 27 points on 12-for-17 shooting and added eight rebounds, four steals and a block.
Abby Schmidt contributed a solid 16 points, four rebounds, two steals, an assist and a block.
Dishing up the majority of assists was Lydia Monson, who finished with six. She also tallied three steals, a pair of rebounds and two points. Morgan Brothel was a defensive presence, grabbing four steals to go with her two rebounds, two assists and four points.
Also scoring were Ella Schmidt (six points), Julia Engebretson (five points), Alyssa Koehler (four points), Cheyenne Edwards (three points), Rachel Fouks (two points) and Ashley VanSomeren (two points).
Glenwood City outrebounded Amery, 23-21, but with Amery tallying 14 steals and give up just three, the possession battle belonged to the Warriors. Overall, the Hilltoppers committed 28 turnovers, compared to just 12 by the Warriors.