Lyle-Pacelli went to their post player in Kristi Fett early and often, as Grand Meadow had a difficult time with Lyle Pacelli's size advantage. Fett had 26 points and pulled down 12 rebounds for a double-double.

Grand Meadow tried to play a fast game, they wanted to get out and run and play at a much faster pace compared to Lyle-Pacelli, who was looking to slow the game down. Lyle-Pacelli had some great ball movement on the perimeter, helping them get great looks around the rim and some open three-point looks.

Grand Meadow got some solid play from Jordyn Glynn and Riley Queensland, but they just weren't able to get shots to fall down in the game, and that set the tone for Lyle-Pacelli.

Glynn led the way with eight points, while Queensland added six. There wasn't much scoring done for the Superlarks, but they did do a good job of extending out their defense to make it much more difficult for Lyle-Pacelli to get the ball inside.

Luke Lonien / TSM Rochester
Luke Lonien / TSM Rochester

Lyle-Pacelli got some decent shooting fro Brooke Walter and Bethany Strouf, who combined for 25 points. The Superlarks had a difficult time defending the three-point shot after they collapsed to stop Fett on the inside.

Lyle-Pacelli now moves on to take on Goodhue in the Section 1A West Sub-section final.

Subway Player of the Game (Grand Meadow) - Jordyn Glynn

Subway Player of the game (Lyle-Pacelli) - Kristi Fett

Kingsley Mercantile Game Ball - Riley Queensland (Grand Meadow)

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