The billing said the two undefeated teams in the Kaw Valley were making an appearance at Bonner Springs Friday night.
The crowd got a show, though it was one-sided.
The Mill Valley girls basketball team unloaded on Bonner Springs, 47-21. Both teams entered the game 5-0 in conference play, but it was pretty much set after the first quarter.
The stats were unreal. The Jaguars (7-1, 6-0) hit nine out of 10 shots to start the game, including six three-pointers. It was 26-7 after eight minutes and the Braves wouldn’t score that much in the entire game.
Seniors Tanner Tripp and Stephanie Lichtenauer each had 14 points, Mackenzie Conklin chipping in 11. The three girls combined for eight three-pointers for the game.
The Braves (7-2, 5-1) didn’t have a lot be excited about after the game, but they hope it was just an aberration. Senior Anna Deegan struggled with the rest of her team, leading the team with six points. Sophomore Kaleigh Taylor had five off the bench.
Mill Valley plays host to Shawnee Mission South next Friday.