St. Mary’s has placed themselves comfortably in the top two in the Tomahawk Conference, with a 10-1 season and a 3-1 conference standing, going into their home game against Granada Huntley East Chain-Martin Luther-Truman Friday Jan. 5.

St. Mary’s has placed themselves comfortably in the top two in the Tomahawk Conference, with a 10-1 season and a 3-1 conference standing, going into their home game against Granada Huntley East Chain-Martin Luther-Truman Friday Jan. 5.

St. Mary’s 74

GHEC/ML/T 37

In spite of missing senior Kelsie Kosak, the Knights built a fast lead with Madison Mathiowetz and Sydney Windschitl scoring the first seven points of the game. They went on to put up 10 points each in the first half. The Knights put the Mustangs in a 19-point deficit at halftime, 40-21.

Windschitl went on to score eight more points in the second half. The Mustangs failed to find a way through the Knights defense in the second, getting only 16 points.

“We shot the ball well tonight,” said Coach Bruce Woitas. “We came out and set the tone for the game.”

Windschitl led with 18 points and seven steals. Mathiowetz followed with 17 points and nine rebounds. Mallory Helget shot 12 points, and got five rebounds and three steals.