SHADYSIDE - Steubenville set out to curtail Shadyside's two big offensive threats in Karli Bonar and Hayley Holenka and, for a half, did an admirable job Monday night.
Holenka had a quiet nine points and Bonar was limited to five on 2 of 5 shooting at the half.
Problem was, they didn't plan out the remaining Tigers picking up the slack.
Led by Bonar's 16 third-quarter points, Shadyside (8-6) pulled away in the second half and never faltered in downing visiting Steubenville 64-39 in girls' basketball action.
Bonar finished with 21 points, but it was the inspired play out of Tori Andes that fueled the Tigers early.
Andes had five points, five rebounds and two assists in the first quarter, twice driving the paint and dishing to Kenzi Fielding for easy 2-footers. Fielding finished with eight points.
Andes and Fielding tied for team-high with seven rebounds, while Kristen Fijalkowski added six.
Mytia Barker finished with a team-high 14 points and 13 rebounds for Steubenville.