Wildcats’ Allen now all-time career scorer, rebounder

Press Sports Staff

In a 45-22 Northern Buckeye Confer-ence win over Genoa, Woodmore 6-foot-1 senior Brooke Allen needed just one point to tie the career school scoring record, two to break the record.

Allen was fouled on a rebound put back early in the first quarter, went to the line and made the first and then missed the second.  Not long after, she hit a 10-foot jumper from the baseline off an assist from fellow senior Ava Beam to give her the record.  She scored 22 points. 

After the Genoa game, Allen was also 13 rebounds from the all-time career record, which she got in one swoop during a 58-38 non-league victory over Liberty Center on Tuesday.

Previously, 1986 graduate Lori Kuhlman owned the scoring mark of 1,210 points and rebound record holder at 771.

Brooke and her twin brother Hunter Allen scored 107 points between the two of them in five games total (17, 22, 34 for Brooke, 7, 27 for Hunter).  The girls team is 15-2 overall and 10-2 in the NBC and the boys team is 9-6 and 5-3.

The Woodmore girls were to play at Elmwood (15-2, 11-1) on Thursday for what will essentially amount to the NBC title game.  They round out their season the following week at Oak Harbor and home to Rossford.  The boys have six games left, two with Eastwood and Fostoria, one with Genoa, and one with Rossford.  Hunter is averaging 15.8 points. Brooke is clicking along at 21.2 points and 12 rebounds.  

The Woodmore girls are the No. 2 seed in their district tournament and play Emmanuel Christian in the first round.  Toledo Christian is the No. 1 seed and took a bye.  Arcadia (No. 4 seed) awaits the winner of the game with Emmanuel Christian.  



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