KEENE VALLEY - Megan Riley continues to set new heights for the Lady Blue Bombers.
Riley, who already broke the school's girls varsity three-point record earlier this season, netted her 100th triple of her career in the first quarter of the Lady Bombers game against Keene Dec. 29, which her team won by a score of 61-17.
Riley hit the shot on he team's second possession of the game.
"It was not the plan to get it over with early," Riley said about the quickness of the record-setting basket. "It just happened in the flow of the first couple of minutes."
Riley did more than score on the night, connecting for a total of three triples and netting 19 points, but also finished one assist and three steals shy of a quadruple-double, recording 12 rebounds, nine assists and seven steals to go with four blocked shots.
"We are all playing well together and getting along as a team," Riley said.
Riley, who is also closing in on 1,000 career points, said that she has been pleased with her season so far.
"All of the hard work is really paying off for me and for the team," Riley said. "There has been a lot of hard work and a lot of practice to be able to reach some of the goals that I have been able to do."
Mackenzie Kemmerer led the Blue Bombers with 20 points in the game while adding five assists and seven steals of her own.
Ayla Thompson scored 12 points to go with 10 rebounds and six steals, with Catalina Daby adding six points and seven rebounds and Hanna Potter scoring four points with four rebounds and four assists.
For Keene, Sadie Holbrook scored six points to go with 10 rebounds and three blocked shots. Emma Gothner had five points, with Chrissy Fabiano scoring four points to go with five rebounds, Alex Dumas adding two points and Megan Hall dishing out three assists.