Brownstown-St. Elmo girls basketball picked up a road win Thursday night defeating Ramsey 50-30. Ramsey got out to an early lead and would hold that advantage throughout the first half taking a 19-15 lead into the 3rd quarter. However, the Brownstown-St. Elmo offense would come to life in the 2nd half with the Bombers outscoring the Rams 20-5 in the 3rd quarter to take a 35-24 lead after three and they would carry that lead to the win. Speaking about his team’s victory, Brownstown-St. Elmo Coach Brian Pruett said the girls really started working to the basket in the 2nd half and that fueled the offense.
And after seeing his top scorer in Skye Kimberlin go down with an ankle injury in the 3rd quarter, Ramsey Coach Andrew Beckham says his team really needs to work together the last week of the regular season.
Morgan Brown led BSE with 19 points while Kyrstyn Fitch and Emily Bone each finished with 9. The Bombers will be back in action Monday at home taking on Cowden-Herrick/Beecher City. For Ramsey, Skye Kimberlin finished with 13 points and Megan Kimberlin added 8 points. The Rams will be on the road Monday as they will take on Windsor/Stew-Stras.