DC Everest beats Superior 80-26Submitted: 02/27/2015
WAUSAU - You could see more valley action in Wausau Friday.

Superior made the trip to DC Everest for their regional matchup, and if you're a DC Everest fan, you more than likely went home happy tonight.

Here's the pass to the wing.

Mackenzie Mathies dials the long distance number.

That one's good.

They come right back with it again.

Six foot four Taylor Hodell has it in the paint.

Here comes the pass to a cutting Hannah Tipple.

Beautifully done.

Evergreens on the attack again.

Mathies will try taking it coast to coast.

She can't get it to fall, but Hodell is right there to clean it up.

Great teamwork.

Everest led at halftime with an unbelievable 43-8 lead, and they took that lead to the end.

They win it 80-26.

Story By: Dan Marz

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