Maddie O’Day led the way for Plainfield with 11 points, while Sophia Wilson scored 10 and Kyndall Spears chipped in 9. In addition, the Quakers had 11 players enter the scoring column, a team effort that satisfied Benge.
“I am extremely pleased (with the team effort),” he said. “Some of our younger players got some experience. Kendyl Wheeler played a great game in the second quarter. She is a freshman for us.”
Mallory Huff led the way for Covenant Christian with seven points and Kaitlyn Luikart added five.
Plainfield will look to build on the victory when they host Terre Haute South Saturday, while Covenant will look to rebound when they battle Cathedral on Thursday.