The Hudson girls basketball team got back on track with a convincing 65-39 victory over Suburban League crossover rival Theodore Roosevelt Saturday in Kent.
Five players scored seven or more points for the Explorers (8-10).
“I liked how we moved the ball on offense,” Hudson head coach Dennis Lawler said. “Everyone played with a lot of energy.”
Sarah Hinkle led the way with 11 points and Kate Orazen added 10 points for the Explorers.
“I thought Kate played a very strong game inside,” Lawler said. “We attacked when we had the chances.”
Emma Messina contributed eight points and Kendall Paltani and Ali Menendez finished with seven points apiece for Hudson, which took a 20-11 lead after the first eight minutes and then outscored the Rough Riders 35-14 in the middle two periods.
“Kendall played well with a lot of hustle plays,” Lawler said.