State 4A girls basketball: Mullen brings Holy Family's season to a close

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Posted 3/19/21

Holy Family's girls basketball teams didn't have many answers for some long-range shooting by Mullen High School in the 4A semifinal round March 18.

The Mustangs made five of seven from the …

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State 4A girls basketball: Mullen brings Holy Family's season to a close

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Holy Family's girls basketball teams didn't have many answers for some long-range shooting by Mullen High School in the 4A semifinal round March 18.

The Mustangs made five of seven from the 3-point line in the second quarter and went on to a 75-50 win on the Tigers' floor.

Mullen advanced to Sunday's state title game against Windsor. The loss, HFHS' first in 12 games, ended the Tigers' chances of a second straight state championship.

The Mustangs outscored Holy Family 27-7 in the second quarter to put the game out of reach. Megan Pohs, who finsihed with 23 points, hit two of her five, 3-point baskets in the second period. Gracie Gallegos added 16, for Mullen, while Kilah Freelon tossed in 10. 

The Mustangs were 10-for-17 from beyond the arc. 

The Tigers finished with a 13-2 record.  Sophomore Fiona Snashall scored 22 points over the last three quarters, including 11 in the third period. Daniella Hren had six points.

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