[Sarah Minor - For Shaw Media]
Jarosinski, who scored her 1,000th career point Friday, was quiet early. But the 6-foot-5 senior, and 6-3 partner Patty were strong late. They combined for 12 of Montini's 18 points in the fourth quarter.
"We struggled a bit with their posts, but they're good," Geneva coach Sarah Meadows said. "I think they just kind of honed in late."
Meadows viewed this as a good midseason barometer for her team, and the beginning of a tough stretch. Geneva plays unbeaten Maine West in a shootout at Benet Jan. 6, then Loyola at a shootout at Willowbrook the following Saturday.
Montini, unbeaten against in-state opponents, will be at both events.
"I think our kids showed exactly what they're made of tonight," Meadows said. "These kids know they can compete with anybody."