“Our defense really set the tone,” Caston coach Carl Davis said. “We did an excellent job of boxing out, limiting second chance points by Maconaquah. Our offense was slow in the beginning, but picked up. Our guards did a good job of getting the ball in the post to Mickayla Rans and Anna Brown.”
Rans nearly outscored Maconaquah (0-3) with a game-high 21 points and seven rebounds. Brown and Jaycee Denton each had six points, and Marli Leazenby contributed with five points.
Caston next faces Pioneer on Dec. 4 at the Cass County Tourney in Logansport.