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Second Half Rally for SCA Eagles Not Enough to Defeat Wellington-Napoleon Tigers

(Lee’s Summit, MO) – The Summit Christian Academy (SCA) Lady Eagles Varsity Basketball team played Wellington-Napoleon High School on Tuesday night.  Despite a third quarter rally, the Eagles lost to the Tigers with a final score of 34-43.

 “We started off slow, but I’m very proud of the fight the girls showed. They never gave up and proved they have what it takes to rally back,” said SCA Girls’ Varsity Head Coach Danielle Van Dyke.

“Their tenacity and hustle gave them a shot to be in the game at the end. I’m looking forward to working over the break and helping these girls achieve their potential,” added Coach Van Dyke.

Summit Christian Academy (SCA) is an independent, nondenominational Christian school serving over 700 preschool through high school students.  Established in 1989, SCA is located on a 36-acre campus and holds dual accreditation through North Central Association and Association of Christian Schools International.

Jessalyn Kliewer

Jessalyn Kliewer
SCA junior Jessalyn Kliewer drives the ball down the court against Wellington-Napoleon, with SCA sophomore Holly Golden looking on. The Eagles lost to the Tigers with a final score of 34-43.

 

 

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