Christianson moves to the top of LP’s scoring list

Published 10:15 pm Friday, January 31, 2020

Lyle-Pacelli’s Olivia Christianson is now the leading scorer in program history.

Christianson had 16 points in a 69-25 loss to PEM on Thursday and she put up 38 points in an 83-63 loss at Kingsland (14-8 overall, 9-0 SEC) Friday.

Christanson now has over 2,000 career points and she has surpassed Sarah Holtz, who had 2,022 career points in her career, on the all-time scoring list.

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“We are very proud of Olivia and all she has accomplished in her high school career as a basketball player,” LP head coach Anna Meyer said.

LP is now 4-17 overall.

PEM 44  25  —  69

LP 13  12  —  25

LP scoring: Olivia Christianson, 16; Emma Wilde, 4; Kearah Schafer, 3; Kendahl Lewis, 2

Kingsland 83, LP 63

LP scoring: Olivia Christianson, 38; Olivia Heard, 4; Rachel Nelsen, 4;  Kearah Schafer, 3

Lyle-Pacelli’s Olivia Christianson leaps in the air on defense against Southland in the Section 1A quarterfinals at Mayo Civic Center in Rochester in 2019. Herald file photo