The Sevastopol girls' basketball used different pieces to get the same result on Thursday, beating Hilbert 54-27.
The Pioneers took a 29-16 lead into the break thanks to a great night from Katie Spude, who scored eight of her team-high 16 points in the first half. She hit two three-pointers in each half as the Pioneers would drill eight shots from behind the arc on the night.
The Pioneers would extend their lead further in the second half as they outscored their visitors by a 14-point margin.
Kayla Ranly scored 14 points and Naomi Rikkola cracked double figures with 11 points. Maddie Schnurer led the Wolves with six points and other players had five points.