The West Michigan Aviation Academy girls varsity basketball team earned a lopsided 50-11 victory over West Michigan Academy of Environmental Sciences on Wednesday night to tally back-to-back wins in two days.
In similar fashion to their victory over Libertas Christian the night before, all Aviators (3-5) saw the floor and nearly all of them earned points in the victory.
Junior guard Bre Holmlund led the charge with a team-high 10 points to go with six boards and five steals. Fellow junior guard Sierra Greer also fueled WMAA with her nine points, including a 3-pointer. Senior Vixie Moore had a strong offensive night with eight points to go with four rebounds.
Freshmen duo Audrey Mileski and Binto Dahir represented the rookie class well in the victory. Mileski finished with six points, including a 3-ball, and five rebounds while Dahir finished with five points and six boards.
Freshman Addison Turk and sophomore Kendal Springborn recorded the first varsity points of their careers. Turk finished with two points while Springborn had a couple buckets for four points.
Junior Maira VanBeveren finished her night with four points and senior Katie Woodruff added another bucket for two points.
The Aviators led 31-6 at halftime.
WMAA faces a daunting road test on Friday evening when then the Aviators visit non-conference opponent West Catholic.