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Record-Courier staff report
Windham junior guard Jessica Isler became the fifth girls basketball player in school history to top the 1,000-point plateau on Monday when she scored 29 points during the Bombers' 73-56 victory at Badger.
Isler entered the game needing 14 points to reach the scoring milestone and hit that mark on a second-quarter layup. Isler's big scoring night included five 3-pointers, but she also showcased her versatility by swiping eight steals and also dishing out eight assists.
Windham's all-time leading scorer is Julie McDivitt, who scored more than 1,600 points in her prep caeer. The Bombers' other 1,000-point scorers include Ali Roach, Colleen McGuire, Caitlyn Isler and now Jessica Isler.
The win improved Windham to 10-2 overall and 6-2 in the Northeastern Athletic Conference.
Badger outscored Windham in the first and third quarters, 19-14 and 15-14, respectively. The Bombers, however, dominated the second and fourth quarters, outscoring Badger 23-12 and 22-10 in those periods.
Joining Isler in double figures were Brittany Knight, who had 15 points and Dari Heller, who had 16. Knight added a team-high 13 rebounds, while Carlie Kiser added 10 rebounds for the Bombers.