Hampden's Camryn Neal (23) looks to drive to the basket past Glenburn's Chloe LaBree during a travel league game in Hampden on Sunday. Hampden won the game 65-17. (Photo by Skip Hawkes)
Hampden's Bella McLaughlin looks to drive to the basket during the first half. (Photo by Skip Hawkes)
Hampden had three players score in double digits to lead the Broncos attack. Haskell scored a game high 20 points, McLaughlin added 13 points, and Bellerose scored 10. Also scoring for Hampden was Camryn Neal with eight points, Taya Archer with five points, Abby Astbury had four, Kaylee Horr scored three, and Katie Armstronbg chipped in with two points.
The Broncos has two 3-point baskets, both by Haskell, and they went 5-for-17 (29%) from behind the charity stripe.
Glenburn's Riley Umel (22) drives past Hampden's Taylor Gardiner during the second half. (Photo by Skip Hawkes)
Glenburn was led in scoring by Trea Broussard with five points. Jordan Doak, Sadie Campbell and Riley Umel each scored three points, Chloe LaBree added two points, and Christa Rogers had one point.
The Chargers had two 3-point baskets, one each by Umel and Campbell, and they went 5-for-16 (31%) from the free throw line.
Hampden's Taya Archer passes the ball in the first half. (Photo by Skip Hawkes)
GLENBURN 11 4 1 1 -- 17
HAMPDEN 29 11 20 5 -- 65