Kayla Meyer has been a rebounding machine as she leads the team on the year with six boards a game.
Mokane, Mo. - Kayla Meyer and Megan Shockley played key roles in New Haven’s 40-27 win over Russellville in Saturday’s third place game of the South Callaway tournament.
Shockley came off the bench in the second period, scoring eight of her nine points to give the Lady Shamrocks a 16 point halftime lead.
Meyer was one rebound shy of grabbing her second double-double in the tournament, finishing with nine rebounds,10 points, and a perfect 4-4 from the charity strip.
In New Haven’s first possession Rachel Steinhoff drove baseline for an easy two points then swished a 15-footer before Meyer scored off an offensive rebound forcing a Russellville timeout as New Haven quickly jumped out to a 6-0 lead.