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A staunch defensive effort from the Millers came up short as they fell to the Spartans after forcing overtime in Class 4A regional semifinal action at Marion. The Millers were aggressive from the start, sticking sophomore phenom Ashlynn Shade at the front of their press defense.
Shade force the Homestead ball handlers to pick up their dribble well before half court, creating chaos for a typically electric Spartans offense. But, an aggressive defensive mindset opens the door for fouls, and the referees quickly put their whistles to use. Before the first quarter ended, Homestead was already in the bonus.
This trend of fouling would follow Noblesville for the rest of the game. Two Homestead teammates, juniors Ayanna Patterson and Alison Stephens, played through the pressure exquisitely. When the Spartans really needed a bucket, they turned to Patterson in transition or the post. She answered with 19 points, nine of which came from the free-throw line.
When Patterson was swarmed in the paint, she could reliably kick it out to Stephens, who buried five 3-pointers en route to a team-high 20 points. Shade, who scored a game-high 27 points, orchestrated a beautiful fourth-quarter comeback.
She dragged the Millers back from a deficit with left to play to tie the score at 49 as time expired. She fired a gorgeous one-handed pass from halfcourt to a wide open Kaitlyn Shoemaker for the layup that sent the game into overtime. Despite a frantic comeback attempt, the Millers fell short and saw an outstanding season come to an end with a final record of Homestead advances to the regional championship to take on conference rival Fort Wayne Carroll. The Chargers beat McCutcheon in the early game today and will have the benefit of added rest over the Spartans.
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