Stateside reclaimed top spot in dominant fashion with a 101-36 win over Chapman Valley in Geraldton Basketball Association’s women’s division one. After having the Pumas jump over them during their bye, Stateside came out and made a statement against the Valley on Tuesday. The scoring assault was widespread, as Stateside dropped at least 20 points each quarter while Valley struggled to keep up. The Scorpions’ 101 points was the highest for any team this season with everyone in the team having a share of the ball and six players reached double digits. Abbie McDonald dropped 23 points, Shanelle Jetta scored 18 and Kealee Poland 14. In the other match-up, a slow start from Olympians was costly and they couldn’t recover as Trades went on to win by six points. Slow scoring from Olympians allowed Trades to get a quick lead, but a rain of threes in the second tied up the scores. Trades got the late half push to go up by seven heading into the main break and continued to hold the lead for the majority of the game. Going into the fourth quarter, Olympians fumbled multiple scoring chances late and Jessica Giudice-Nairn sunk a shot after draining the clock to increase their lead. As the Olympians tried to shoot their way back into the game, Prudence Harrison grabbed the rebound and finished it at the line for them. As the clock wound down, Olympians struggle to close the gap but a Gemma Dix score while drawing the foul helped cut the lead to four points. Georgia Farley took the ball down for Trades and managed to draw the foul, helping kill the game clock and eventually putting the game away, giving them a 61-55 win. Farley shot 14 points in the win while Giudice-Nairn and Holly Baynes both scored 13, and Dix put up 17 points in the loss. In division two, Chapman Valley beat Stateside 43-26, Pumas got up over Hawks 50-36 and Olympians just got up by 36-34 over Trades.