Darby’s scoring twice carries Giessen girls over Bamberg
January 21, 2007
Elisha Darby found the range with a vengeance Friday and Saturday, powering Giessen to 56-32 and 68-38 home victories over Bamberg by scoring 69 points in the two games.
Darby posted double-doubles each night, with 27 points and 14 rebounds Friday and 42 points and 10 rebounds Saturday.
She also stole the ball seven times in each game as Giessen upped its record to 5-2 (2-0 in Division III-South).
Amanda Gray, like Darby a Giessen stalwart, also pulled off seven steals Saturday. Gray scored 14 points on Friday.
In other girls games of note:
Ramstein 55-52, Lakenheath 44-33: ;At Lakenheath, the Lady Royals improved to 8-0 with the sweep.
Kendra Lenoir scored 12 points in Friday’s victory and had 19, along with 10 rebounds, in Saturday’s conference win that boosted Ramstein to 2-0 in league play.
Sierra Stayberg, who also scored 12 points on Friday, contributed nine points, eight assists and six steals Saturday.
Angela Gafford provided most of the opposition for Ramstein. She scored a game-high 16 points on Friday and 13 on Saturday. She also had 13 rebounds, six blocks and four steals on Friday. On Saturday, she came wback with 13 rebounds and two steals.
SHAPE 52-38, AFNORTH 22-3: ;Sophomores Ebonee De Vos and Ashley Jordan took charge in the home-and-home sweep that boosted the Lady Spartans to 5-1 overall and 2-0 in II-North.
Jordan chalked up 11 points, 14 rebounds and five steals on Friday, then came back for a game-high 18 points in Saturday’s 35-point courtesy-rule victory. De Vos totaled 14 points and 12 rebounds on Friday and 12 points, seven rebounds and four steals on Saturday.
Kaiserslautern 28, Wiesbaden 21: ;At Kaiserslautern, the Lady Raiders completed a two-game weekend conference sweep behind 12 points from Brittany Smith.
K-town downed visiting Heidelberg 43-35 on Friday to go to 2-0 in league play and tie Ramstein for the league lead. The two neighborhood rivals are scheduled to play their conference game Feb. 9 at Ramstein.
Hanau 32, Hohenfels 29:; At Hanau, Fay Olio scored 10 points, and teammate Emily Morris blocked five shots and collected nine rebounds as the Lady Panthers handed Hohenfels its first defeat of the season on Saturday.
Latanya Wilson added five steals for Hanau (3-3, 3-1), which dropped the Lady Tigers to 6-1 overall and 1-1 in III-South. Hohenfels was coming off a 49-48 overtime victory at Hanau on Friday night.
Naples 50-62, Milan 15-27:; At Milan, Naples’ road warriors turned the scoring over to Darien Moon and Nyrika Davis and cruised to a 5-0 overall record and 4-0 mark in the American Schools in Italy League.
Moon scored 16 points each day, and Davis totaled 14 and 21 in the sweep.