Freshman Kayla Foresman led the youthful Eagles with 16 points, followed by Jen Mittlestadt and Erica Dreckman with seven each. Like all the Hinton starters, playing deep into the game with a 30-point lead, all-stater Britni Freed led the undefeated Blackhawks with 29 points, while Ashton Moody added 14, and Mackensie Small 12.
MMC sank 15-43 field goals for 35 percent, while Hinton nailed 28-62 for a warm 45 percent. The Eagles notched 10-11 free throws, and the visitors were 16-19 from the line.
MMC committed 25 turnovers to hurt the cause, compared to 14 for Hinton.
"They are a very good team and that Freed is a load," said MMC coach Shane Williams. "But they graduate all their starters and we return all of ours, so what goes around comes around."
MMC has no seniors on the squad and Dreckman and Foresman are just freshmen, so the future is indeed bright.