Lady Hawks survive mini scare, win 30th consecutive in IVC

With Hiland’s 50-37 win over Ridgewood on Jan. 24, the Lady Hawks won their 30th straight Inter-Valley Conference game, a streak that pans over three seasons now.

It wasn’t easy for the Lady Hawks though, who found themselves trailing at halftime 25-19 in West Lafayette on Saturday.

A 13-4 run by the Lady Hawks in the game’s third quarter finally put Hiland back on top 32-29.  Jessica Troyer’s lay-up gave Hiland a short-lived lead and then the Generals would persevere, getting back-to-back baskets to end the quarter and take back the lead after three, 33-32.

The final stanza was just a matter of the Lady Hawks wearing out Ridgewood down the stretch.  All the energy that Ridgewood used to lead after three quarters had reached empty in the fourth.  Hiland out-scored Ridgewood 10-1 to open the fourth quarter.  Hiland junior Angela Troyer scored five points during that run to propel the Lady Hawks ahead for good.

A strong effort from Ridgewood’s junior Audrey Tingle kept the Generals alive against the mighty Hiland Lady Hawks.  Tingle dropped 20 points on Hiland, which was the game-high, and she also yanked down a game-high 10 rebounds for her double-double.

The Lady Hawks were led by sophomore Kennedy Schlabach and her 17 team-leading points.  Junior Angela Troyer chipped in with 11 points and seven rebounds.  Troyer led the Lady Hawks on the glass from the off-guard position.


Sophomore Morgan McMillen had seven points for the Lady Hawks in the win and she also had her passing game on-point, doling out a game-high five assists. Jessica Troyer finished with eight points and three steals for the Lady Hawks.

No other General got into double-digits other than Tingle, the next closest was Kaitlyn Finton’s six points.


Ridgewood out-rebounded Hiland 30-28.

Ridgewood was a chilly 2-for-13 from downtown.


Hiland – 14-3 overall and 12-0 in the IVC

Ridgewood – 12-6 overall and 7-5 in the IVC


Jan. 25 – Hiland vs Chippewa – HOME – 7:00 p.m.

Jan. 27 – Ridgewood @ Strasburg – AWAY – 7:30 p.m.

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