A double-digit win is commonplace for the Archbishop Hoban girls basketball team, which has won eight games in a row, seven of them by more than 10 points.
“We’ve really scored the ball well the last seven or eight games,” Hoban coach Scott Callaghan said. “A lot of that is we’ve found out our roles and we have a really good player inside in Meghan Donohue.”
Donohue, a 6-foot-2 senior center, is a Siena recruit. She is averaging 17 points and eight rebounds per game. Callaghan said that while those stats speak for themselves, he is also happy with her passing and defending.
The Knights (8-2 overall, 4-0 North Coast League) feature an all-senior starting lineup with Donohue, Emma Horning, Alessandra Dickos, Allie Griffith and Natalie Bender.
Key reserves are freshman Kara Marshall and juniors Amanda Beebe, Maddie Diestel and Kirsten Stepanek.
— Michael Beaven