[Bill Ackerman - For Shaw Media]
“Hannah is like a gazelle, watching her run,” Baumbach said. “Hannah has a nose for the ball.
“I know she’s tall, but she knows where the ball is going to be. I think all of her baskets were five feet or in, but that’s what you have to have.”
Every program has to have talented young players to build around and both Westmont and Timothy do. Megan Thompson had 11 points and 10 rebounds and fellow sophomore Aleksa Sekularac added 10 points for Westmont, but they were no match for Alex and Schuringa, who gained valuable varsity experience last year as freshmen on Timothy’s sectional finalist squad.
“Having one year under our belt is so awesome,” Alex said. “All the gyms we visit, we know everything and all the plays, so it feels like we’re normal.
“It’s easy to play and I feel like we’re getting better as the season goes on and we bring a ton of energy. We’re not shy little freshmen anymore.”