RICHMOND - First-year Edison girls basketball coach Jason Ensinger has talked about it and been waiting for it.
He found it Monday night.
"We played a full game, we played all four quarters," he said after a stunning 66-65 victory against Steubenville.
"We have played well in stretches, played well in quarters, but we were waiting for a game like this, where we played all four quarters.
Molly McCoy scored 27 points, including 15-for-20 from the charity stripe, to pace Edison.
Katelyn Pollock added 10 and Abby Fonow and Kayli Stewart eight.
Big Red's Emiley Masloski led her squad with 26. Taylor Young added 13 and Mytia Barker nine.