Wrisk praised her teammates for allowing her to get more touches.
“My teammates did a lot for me, I couldn’t do it without them, just them working hard on defense allowing me to get some steals and looking for me down low and everything and we just really worked as a team,” Wrisk said.
That defense was spearheaded by Kolby Weedon. She led the Comets with eight steals, to go along with 10 points.
“Kolby is so athletic,” Mohler said. “That play she made at the half, she caught that ball with one arm on the ground, she’s done three or four things where you are just ‘Wow.’”
Jen Lewis (10 points, 4 steals), Ashley Dickey (9 points, 6 steals) and Amber McDevitt (4 steals) also gave spirited defensive efforts.
“I think we have a lot more confidence as the season goes on,” Wrisk said. “I think when we started out we were not so sure how we were going to do, but as the season went on I think we improved ourselves and it’s only going to get better from here on out.”
Sophi Wrisk 18, Kolby Weedon 10, Jen Lewis 10, Ashley Dickey 9, Rianna Saunders 6, Marisa Massimini 3, Jordan Johnson 2, Kaiya Watkins-Brent 2, Maddi McLean 2, Ali Kahler 2, Jen McDevitt 2.