KINGMAN - It didn't take the Kingman High girls basketball team long to put Tuesday's game at Parker out of reach. After outscoring the Broncs 24-2 in the opening quarter, the Lady Bulldogs cruised to the finish line, 66-25.
"It all came from ball movement," coach Danny Gonzalez said. "We would catch it and make an immediate pass. We ran the floor well."
Senior point guard Alison Owen grabbed the spotlight for KHS (3-0). She scored a game-high 14 points on 5-for-6 shooting and dished out eight assists.
"Alison played the best, unselfish game I've ever seen," the coach said. "She was doing it all. She kept us in the game verbally and physically. On the bench she was a great cheerleader; on the floor she was a great general."
Senior Taylor Reed also scored 14 points for KHS. Sophomore Desirae Gonzalez had 13, and senior Heather Weninger finished with 10. Rachel Arave added six, Stephanie Goulart had five, and Kim Carroll contributed four.
"Heather and Steph came out in the second half and had a great two-man game," Gonzalez said. "This was the best game of the season for Steph."
KHS had 23 steals against Parker (0-2). The Lady Bulldogs next host Lake Havasu (0-1) at 7 p.m. Thursday.