PRAGUE — Ten Prague girls scored Tuesday night in a 67-25 manhandling of Stroud.
Freshman sensation Chantae Embry scored a game-high 17 points on 6-of-9 shots from the field.
“Chantae put on a passing exhibition,” Prague coach Benny Burnett said. “She looked like Magic Johnson out there tonight, threading the needle and throwing ¾-court passes on the money.”
Embry knocked down two 3-point field goals and was 3 of 4 from the free-throw line. She left the game right after the start of the fourth quarter.
Prague (18-1) sizzled from the floor at 20 of 28 for 71.4 percent. Burnett’s squad was 7 of 18 from past the arc.
Also in double figures for Prague were Macyn Anderson (15) and Morgan Cooper (12).
Prague, winner of nine straight games since its sole loss to Kiefer, is 2-0 versus Stroud.
Prague will entertain Tecumseh Friday night. It will be the first time the squads have met this season.