Maddie McCracken’s first career triple-double carried the Wildwood High School girls basketball team to its first victory Thursday.
The junior point guard scored 16 points, pulled down 12 rebounds and dished out 10 assists in the Lady Warriors’ 46-16 win at Clayton.
It was initially reported immediately following the game that McCracken had finished one assist shy of a triple-double. But a review of the game video by the Wildwood coaching staff revealed that McCracken did in fact have an extra assist that wasn’t originally recorded.
Tracey Young added eight points and eight rebounds, Jenna Hans chipped in seven points and 10 rebounds and Michelle Lugo had seven points and six steals for Wildwood (1-1) in the win.
— Brian Cunniff