BURROUGHS HIGH — She scored early and often.
She consistently tracked down rebounds.
She administered the offense and repeatedly set up her teammates for easy baskets.
Shortly after the game, she admitted the team typically isn't that dominant.
But after the final seconds ticked off the clock, there was no doubt the Burroughs High girls' basketball team had just put on a clinic.
Thursday night, Burroughs bested visiting Venice High, 88-35, during a first-round game of the 29th annual Magnolia Park Optimist Club Tournament at Burroughs High.
Ten Indians players scored in the rout, but it was senior point guard Lisha Elsenbach who took the spotlight.
Elsenbach racked up 20 points, 10 rebounds, 10 assists and two steals. She was a perfect seven-for-seven at the??? free-throw line and scored ???nine points in the first quarter alone.