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Emily Jasktrzemski, in the absence of the "big guns" of Melanie Maddox and Gabrielle Johnson, picked up the scoring slack and led Veritas School to victory over James River Homeschool Eagles with three goals. Emily's three goals give her five for the season, placing her second on the team for goals scored. Veritas School goes into a tough week with four wins and a single defeat.
Emily Jastrzemski scored four goals in leading Veritas School to a 12-2 win over Banner Christian. For the season, Emily now has 14 goals (second on team) and 29 total points (third on team). Emily has had an excellent season at forward.
Emily Jastrzemski scored 2 points and pulled down a game-high 8 rebounds while adding 1 steal.
Emily Jastrzemski started off the season for Veritas School in excellent fashion, scoring 4 goals while dominating play along the front line. Last year, Emily scored 15 goals, second on the team to Gabrielle Johnson.
Emily Jastrzemski scored three goals, all in the second half, to rally Veritas School from a 2-0 halftime deficit to the win in a very exciting match with Steward School. For the two-game tournament, Emily scored 4 goals. She now leads the team with 8 goals on the season.
Emily Jastrzemski, who has been plagued by a leg injury for the past few weeks, scored 3 goals to lead Veritas School to a victory in the CCAC semifinal match with James River Eagles. For the season, Emily now has 20 goals on the season, second on the team to Gabrielle Johnson.
Emily with 9 aces!
11 aces and 7 kills!
Emily Jastrzemski helped lead Veritas School to a 30-27 win over previously unbeaten James River Eagles in what was a very close and exciting contest throughout. The only conference losses for both teams to date have been to one another. Emily scored 8 points while pulling down 10 rebounds, blocking 4 shots, and making 2 steals. For the season, Emily is leading the Lions in scoring with 90 points (8.18 ppg) while also leading in rebounds with over 11 ppg.
Emily Jastrzemski had an excellent game in leading Veritas School to victory over CVHAA in the first 4OT game in the history of the school. Emily led the team in scoring with 16 points and in rebounds with 18 while also recording an assist, a block, and 2 steals. Emily leads the Lions in ppg and rpg. The Veritas School Lady Lions established a school record with their 13th win.
Emily Jastrzemski had a stellar performance in leading Veritas School to a school-record 62 points. Emily scored 16 points, pulled down 19 rebounds, had 1 assist, and 3 blocks. Her strong game, coupled with 16 points and 11 rebounds from Lizzie Mitchell, allowed the Lions to collect their 14th win of the season against 4 losses.
Emily Jastrzemski had a strong game for Veritas School as they lost in OT to Millwood School, 26-23. Emily and Sophia Kerns led the Lions in scoring with 5 points each, while Emily paced Veritas with 8 rebounds and 4 blocks to go with an assist and 2 steals. For the season, Emily Jastrzemski leads Veitas School in ppg, rbg, and bpg.
Emily Jastremski, a sophomore, was chosen as the Veritas School Player of the Year. Emily earned All-CCAC during the regular season and All-CCAC for the tournament. She led the Lions in scoring and rebounding while leading the team to its most wins and best record ever (18-6, 0.750). Emily scored a school-record 169 points (8.89 ppg - school record) and she recorded a school-record 210 rebounds (11.05 rpg - school record). In addition, Emily set school records in 2-PT FG and total FG made in a season, FG percentage in a single-season, rebounds in a single game, blocks in a single game, and blocks in a season with 35 (1.84 bpg - school record).
Emily Jastrzemski scored 3 goals and added an assist to lead Veritas School to the shutout conference win over TNCS. For the season, Emily has a team-leading 14 goals and is second in total points with 34. Emily also teamed with Joanna Worden at the completion of the match in a head-first dive into one of the larger mud holes on the field as the match was played after two days of solid rain.
Emily Jastrzemski scored 2 first-half goals and then control the midfield in the latter part of the second half to lead Veritas School to the CCAC semfinal victory over Salem Christian. For the season, Emily has a team-leading 16 goals along with 6 assists to give her 38 total points (second on the team).
Emily Jastrzemski, after a year hiatus from basketball to focus upon volleyball, scored a team high 12 points, collected 12 rebounds, had 3 blocks, and 4 steals in leading Veritas School to the victory on opening night. The Lions provided Coach Tammy Holder with her first victory.
Emily Jastrzemski scored 5 points to lead Veritas in their loss to Saint Gertrude. The Lions were unable to withstand the excellent outside shooting and high pressure defense of the Gators.
Emily Jastrzemski scored a season-high and team-high 16 points to lead Veritas to the victory in a game that was tight the entire way. Emily also had a strong game on the boards, completing controlling both ends of the floor when it came to rebounding.
Emily Jastrzemski had a team-high 6 points for Veritas. Emily also had a team-high 10 rebounds and 1 block for the Lions. Emily is leading the teams in rebounds.
Emily Jastrzemski provided 8 points for Veritas School in a close loss. Emily had a game-high 17 rebounds, 3 blocks, and 1 assist for the Lions, while playing excellent interior defense.