Saturday, May 21, 2022

Geneva falls short at Madison

MADISON—Brooke Richmond scored a game-high 18 points but Geneva fell short in a non-conference game at Madison on Monday, 60-58.

The Blue Streaks led 33-22 at halftime but the Eagles rallied behind a 12-0 third-quarter run to take a 43-41 lead in the fourth.

Geneva held a 58-57 lead with one minute remaining in the game but Madison forced a turnover and scored the game-winner to seal the victory.

“In the second half, we just decided to start getting after it and our press really helped defensively,” Richmond said of the second-half run. “We wanted it and got after it more.”

Olivia Wilms also scored in double figures with 13 and Delaney Marrison and Gabbi Selman both scored eight. Jordyn Jamison and Cynthia Seames finished with five and four points, respectively.

Geneva dropped to 5-5 and will host North on Wednesday.

 

Brian Papesch
Papesch, an Orange High School and Notre Dame College graduate and life-long Cleveland fan, has a passion for all sports. He is focused on delivering accurate, informative, and amazing information on Northeast Ohio's finest teams and athletes.

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