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2/10/2024 7:27 pm  #61


Re: Other Games Thread, 2023 - 2024

Form held on Saturday afternoon as all 3 home teams, each with the better record that there opponent won.  A couple of weird 2nd quarter scoring results.  Fordham closed within 1/2 game of LaSalle in conference.

VCU (H, 10-2) 54, St Bonaventure (1-11) 40.   Timaya Lewis-Eutsey was the only Ram in double figures with 11 points.  Dani Haskell was the game's only other double figure scorer with 17.  VCU outscored the Bonnies 8 - 2 in the second quarter.  Rans shot 4 - 9.  Bonnies were 1 - 15.  Halftime score was still just 26 - 19.  

Duquense (H, 10-5) 57, LaSalle (4-8) 52.  Reserve Precious Johnson led the Dukes with 15 points and.11 rebounds.  Naelie Bernard scored 13.  Megan McConnell was 9/11.  Jolene Armendiaz was 15/10 for the Explorers.  

Fordham (H,  4-9) 64, UMass (1-12) 50.  Emy Hayford had 17 for the Rams and Taylor Donaldson was 15/10.  Kristen Williams scored 17 for the Minutewomen, but she had to get lukewarm late to get there.  After an 18 - 11 first quarter Fordham won the second by 20 - 6.  Cold shooting by UMass through out the first three quarters, .  They did score 24 in the fourth to close almost within single digits and force Fordham to put its starters back I(.  Final score was not indicative of Fordham's domination.  Lead got to 30 at one point.    

 

2/12/2024 5:15 pm  #62


Re: Other Games Thread, 2023 - 2024

Only 1 home team won on Sunday, and there was a mild upset in Kingston as URI continues to not live up to expectations.

Richmond (H, 11-1) 83, GW (2-10) 61,

George Mason (10-2) 74, Dayton (H, 4-9) 50.  Reserve Zahirah Walton scored 19 points with 8 rebounds.  Sonia Smith added 13.  Destiny Bohannon led the Flyer with 15.  Mariah Perez was 12/10.

Davidson (7-5) 48, Loyola Chicago (H, 6-7) 45.  Those pesky second quarters.  Wildcats won second quarter by
14 - 4.  Maddie Plank led with 12 points and 6 rebounds,  Elle Sutphin returned from another absence and had 7 points and 4 rebounds in 24 minutes off the bench.  Charlise Dunn started but only played 4 minutes.  Don't know. if she was hurt, which would be another blow to the injury plagued Wildcats.   Review of the Play by Play shows the Dunn was substituted out midway through the first quarter at the same time Davidson recevied 2 Bench Technical Fouls.  Not othr details given.
 Sam Galanapoulos scored 18 for the Ramblers.

St Louis (5-9) 76, Rhode Island (H, 7-6) 73.  Rams led by 13 into the second quarter and by 35-28 at the half.  St Louis didn't  take its first lead until the last 1:28 of the game.  Peyton Kennedy scored 31 for the Billikens on 10-17 FG (4-8 three pointers) and 7-7 FT.  Kyla McMakin added 17.  Rhode Island shot  57.1 % FG while St Louis was 48.1%.  Rams won the rebound battle. , 30-23.   URI had 25 turnovers to 17 for St Louis.  Billikens has 12 steals to 7 for the Rams.  Maye Toure was 16/9 for URI including 7-10 FG while the other big Tenin Megassa was 14/6 off the bench, 4-5 FG

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2/15/2024 9:21 pm  #63


Re: Other Games Thread, 2023 - 2024

After Wednesday's action, Richmond and St Joe's sit on top of the A10 with 12-1 records,.  Duquense moved into 3rd place at 11-3 on the strength of its 4 game winning streak.    VCU and George Mason are 1/2 game behind the Dukes at 10-3.  GW is ahead of the two 1 win teams and is 1 win shy of Fordham, LaSalle and Dayton.  And oh those second quarter blues for a couple of teams, but not GW last night


GW  (H,3-10) 71, LaSalle (4-9) 49

URI (8-6) 86, UMass (H,1-13) 69.  Maye Toure had 22 points and 9 rebounds, shooting 9-14 FG and showing a nice touch on short range jumpers.  Although UMass' lack of height didn't present much of a challenge.  Sophie Phillips scored 15 and Inez Debroisse had 14, among 5 Rams in double figures  URI won the rebound battle 40-31.  Rhode Island shot 34 - 63 FG.  UMass lost the second quarter 24 -14 but at least they scored in double digits.  Alexis Rose scored 13, most of them in early action and had 8 assists.  Kristen Williams scored 15 and followed her recent pattern of raking up the points in the 4th quarter.  UMass gave its FR bigs a good workout getting them the ball inside and to go up against the much more experienced and more physical  Toure and 6'5" Tenin Megassa.  Chinenye Odenigbou scored 10 points on 5 -10 shooting before fouling out in the last minute.  Starter Bre Bellamy went down with an ankle injury and was on crutches in the second half.  She was the 4th of the 6 transfers to be unavailable, leaving Rose and Tori Hyduke, who hasn't
scored in 3 games.

Richmond (12-1) 65, VCU (H,10-3) 58,  Spiders trailed 41-35 going in to the 4th quarter.  Grace Townsend led Richmond with 23 points.  She was 11-11FT and the Spiders were 20-20.  Addie Budnick scored 15 and Maggie Doogan was 13/7.  Both of them had 3 blocks.  Sarah Te-Bisau led the Rams with 25.  Timaya Lewis-Eutsey had 11. MyKel Parham had 12 rebounds.
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Duquense (11-3) 66, St Bonaventure (H, 1-12) 50.  Second quarter was 25 - 7 in favor of the Dukes.  Megan McConnell had a line of 20 points, 13 rebounds, 5 assists and 4 steals.  The other 4 starters scored a combined 12 points.  Reserve Precious Johnson kept up her recent scoring surge with 12 pints and Jenni Kiaku had 10.  Nedechka Laccen had 12 for the Bonnies.

St Jpsephs (H, 12-1) 73, Dayton (4-10( 47.  Tayla Brugler had 20 (10-16 FG) for the Hawks and Laura Ziegler scored 19 (9-13).  Ivy Wolf led the Flyers with 19/7.

St Louis (H,6-9) 79, Loyola Chicago (6-8) 68.  St Louis won second quarter 27-11.  Brooklyn Gray had 22 for the Billikens and Peyton Kennedy had 16.  Alyssa Fisher scored 23 for the Ramblers.  Sitori Tanin was 16/11.

Davidson (H, 8-5) 75, George Mason (11-3) 67,  Wildcats won 4th in a row,  Earlier they lost a couple of conference home games.  Davidson won 2nd quarter 21-4., for a 34-26 halftime lead.  Already missing Suzi-Rose Deegan (out for the season) and Charise Dunn, who only played 4 minutes in last game, Wildcats' depth was tested more as Millie Prior had 5 fouls in 16 minutes.   Elle Sutphin came off the bench to play 31 minutes and scored 24 points (11-18 FG) and pull down 7 rebounds.  Mallorie Haines scored 15,  Maddie Plank had 6 points, 7 rebounds and 6 assists.  

As xAC noted Sonia Smith and Zahirah Walton did not play for the Patriots .  Smith is a starting guard and candidate for my All Conference team.  Walton (11.6 ppg) is a 5 time Rookie of the Week selection.  Ta'Viyanna Habib had an 18/10 games for the Patriots.  Taylor Jameson, back in a starting role, scored 15 and Kennedy Harris had 14,

Old friend Xavier was thumped by UConn 86-40 in Cincinnati.  Huskies went on a 32-0 run spanning the first and second quarters and led 50-13 at the half.  Xavier is 1-21, 0-13 for the season with its win over SIUE.  Where are Amy and Reeta when you need them?  And how much does that question date me?

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2/18/2024 10:37 pm  #64


Re: Other Games Thread, 2023 - 2024

A lot to unpack from the 7 game weekend.  St Joe's and Richmond remain tied at 13 - 1.  Just a reminder, since I needed one:  Richmond beat St Joe's  on the road. in their only match up,. Richmond lost at Duquense.  Dukes still have to visit Richmond.  Duquense still sits in 3rd at 12 -3, with a 17-9 overall record.  George Mason became the 4th conference team with 20 overall wins.  Rhode Island moved into 6th place with its win over Davidson.  Fordham won its third in a row to reach  5 wins.  Dayton and LaSalle are a game ahead of GW.

Sunday's games

St Joseph's (13-1) 60, LaSalle (H, 4-10) 29.  LaSalle led 6-4 after 1st quarter.  Hawks won second half 41-9.  Explorers were 0-12 FG in a 3 point 4th.  Makayla Miller (13 points) had 3 FT for all their points in the 4th.  For St Joes', Tayla Brugler had 16, Chloe Welch 13, and Mackenzie Smith 9.  Laura  Ziegler had 10 rebounds with her 8 points.  

Fordham (5-9) 70, St Bonaventure (1-13) 48.  Reserve Taya Davis scored 25 points for the Rams on 9-13 FG.  Taylor Donaldson and Emy Hayford had 12 points apiece.  Peyton Fields and Isabellah Middleton each scored 15 for the Bonnies, who shot 3 -30 from beyond the arc.  Middleton had 10 rebounds.

Saturday:

George Mason (h, 11-3) 60, GW (3-11) 57

Duquense (12-3) 82. St Louis (H, 6-8) 65.  There were 5 double figure scorers for the Dukes and the next 3 scored at least 6. in a balanced attack.   Naelie Bernard led the way with 13 (8 rebounds), followed by 12 each by Tess Myers, Precious Johnson and Ayanna Townsend.  Kyla McMakin had 24 for the Billikens.  

Richmond (H, 13-1) 75, Loyola Chicago (6-9) 71.  Maggie Doogan, off the bench, had a 20/8 night in 31 minutes.  It was Senior Night and Kylee Lewandowski made her first start and had 6 points, 2-2 from beyond the arc,  in 14 minutes.  Grace Townsnd had 17 points, 8 rebounds and 6 assists.  For the Ramblers, Sam Galanapoulous had 21 and Alyssa Fuller scored 14.

URI (H, 9-6) 61, Davidson (8-6) 49.  Sophie Phillips and Dee Dee Davis each scored 17 for the Rams with Davis adding 12 rebounds.  Maye Toure had a 16/9 game.  Ines Dubroise had 10 assists.  Katie Donovan led the Wlldcats with 16 and Elle Sutphin had 11.  Millie Prior had 11 rebounds.  Charlese Dunn did not play.

VCU (11-3) 63, UMass (H, 1 - 14) 49.  Minuutewomen only had 8 players available, and 1 was a walk on who played the last minute.  Stefanie Kulesza and Kristen Williams played the full 40 minutes.  As seems to happen often to UMass, even in Verdi's time. an unexpected  player hurts them from beyond the  arc.  Reserve Grace Hutson (2.9 peg) had a career high of 16 points, inducing 4 - 8 from beyond the arc.  Sarah Te-Bisau and Mary-Anna Ansara each scored 10.    

With usual starter Bre Bellamy injured and Alexsia Rose also not playing, UMass started both FR bigs and Tori Hyduke, who all acquitted themselves well.  Some of the best rebounding  of the season.  Stefanie Kulesza had 13 points and 4 steals -  3 in a 45 second sequence, all in the midcourt.  (She had 8 steals against Fordham last Saturday.)  For the bigs, Chineye Odenigbo scored 10 points and had 4 rebounds, while Lilly Tauleulei  was 7/10.  Hyduke had 9 points,  including 7 in the first half.  Kristen Williams had 10 points on 3-17 FG, 1 - 10 from beyond the arc.  She was again scoreless in the first half.  
It was Senior Night in Amherst.  Bellamy was one of the two celebrated.  She has a degree from William and Mary and is earning a Foundations of Management certificate, which is apparently a graduate level on-line course, transferable to other graduate level programs.  Tori Hyduke had a BS in Design and Merchandising  Drexel and is also earning a Foundations of Management certificate.    This may seem off topic but I've often wondered about the courses/programs that GR players get involved in.

It was mentioned that Hyduke has scored over 500 points in her career.  I believe she had 270 in her RS FR year ar GW,  Then 187 at Drexel, if my math is correct.  And currently 115 at UMass. making it 572 and counting.  Getting deep in the weeds here.  Good night.

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2/22/2024 1:51 pm  #65


Re: Other Games Thread, 2023 - 2024

Richmond stands alone at the top of the A-10 as St Joe's lost at VCU.  Both VCU and George Mason needed second half rallies for their wins, to stay tied with 3 losses.  

Davidson forfeited its game due to non Covid related issues.  Wildcats take the loss to drop to 8-7 in conference. .  One story said that Dayton would get a "no-contest" but standings show them credited with the win for a 5-10 record.  Davidson is expected to play on Saturday.  Flyers quickly scheduled a home game against Miami University Hamilton and won 112 -45 with mostly bench players.  Opponent may not even be an NCAA school.

Duquense (H, 13-3) 79, GW (3-12) 69

Richmond (H,14-1) 74, LaSalle (4-11) 54.  Reserve Rachel Ullstrom had 20 points for the Spiders.  Maggie Doogan scored 13.  Grace Townsend had 12 points. with 6 assists.  Addie Budnick had 9 rebounds.  Nicole Melious was 12/8 for the Explorers.  

VCU (H,12-3) 59, St Joseph's (13-2) 48.  Rams rallied from a  13 point halftime deficit, holding Hawks to 5 second half FGs.  Sarah Te-Bisau scored 16 points, 11 in the second half.  Mary-Anna Asare scored 13 and Mikel Parham had 10 rebounds,  Laura Ziegler led St Joe's with a 13/11 night.  

George Mason (12-3) 57, St Bonaventure (H, 1-14) 53.   Ti'Vaynna Habib had 19 points and 7 rebounds.  Sonia Smith returned with 12 points.  Zahirah Walton also returned and had 6 rebounds and 5 blocks, only 2 points.  Isabellah Middleton had a 13/8 game for the Bonnies.  

Fordham (H, 6-9) 79, St Louis (6-9) 64.  Rams are on a 4 game winning streak and may become the proverbial team "no one wants to play" in the tournament.  Emy Hayford scored 22 while Taylor Donaldson had 21.  Peyton Kennedy scored 24 points and had 7 rebounds.  Julia Martinez had 9 points, 10 rebounds, 7 assists and 4 steals for the Billikens..

Loyola Chicago (H, 7-9) 64, UMass (1-15) 52. Sitori Tenin led the Ramblers with 18 points and 7 rebounds. Ali Berg scored 16.  Loyola had 14 offensive rebounds.  UMass may have only had 7 players available, as I'm not sure the walk-on could have played.  Stefanie Kulesza had 14 points, 5 rebounds, 1 block and 2 steals.  She made it to the end of the game with 4 fouls. Kristen Williams broke her first half scoring drought with 5 first quarter points and ended with 11.  She played 40 minutes.  Tori Hyduke played well, with 9 points (4-10 FG), 5 rebounds, 5 assists (to 3 turnovers) and a steal, in 37 minutes.   
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2/25/2024 2:27 pm  #66


Re: Other Games Thread, 2023 - 2024

On Saturday, St Joes won and Richmond lost.  The leaders are now tied at 14 - 2 in conference play.

Davidson forfeited again to fall to 8-8, while Fordham got the win for a 7-9 record.

GW (H, 4-10) 59, UMass (1-16) 55

St Joseph's (H, 14-2) 72,  Rhode Island (9-7) 67. Paula Maurina led the Hawks with 19 points.  Laura Ziegler did not play.  Talya Brugler was 17/7.  Chloe Welch had 14.  Mackenzie Smith scored 13 off the bench.  Dee Dee Davis scored 19 for the Rams.  Anaelle Dutat was 11/7.  Maye Toure only had 6 points on 3 -14 FG.

George Mason (H,15-3 )82,  Richmond (14-2) 76.  OT. Attendance was 2,457 in Fairfax.  Sonia Smith scored 21 for the Patriots,.  Reserve Zahirah Walton had 18 points and 14 rebounds.  Taylor Jameson had 18 points and 14 rebounds.  Ti'Vyanna Habib scored 13.  Maggie Doogan scored 20 points for the Spiders with 11 rebounds.  Grace Townsend scored 16, with 9 assists,

VCU (13-3) 75, LaSalle (H, 4-12) 50.  Sarah Te-Bisau scored 17 fro the Rams while Timaya Lewis-Eutsey had 14.  SR Molly Masciantonio led the Explorers with 12 points and 4 assists.  Fellow Senior  Makayla Miller  had 11, as did Tiara Bolden.  
 

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2/26/2024 10:56 am  #67


Re: Other Games Thread, 2023 - 2024

On Sunday, St Louis and Loyola Chicago solidified their positions in the middle of the pack of the standings.

St Louis (H, 7-9) 83,  St Bonaventure (1-15) 62.  Kyla McMakin led the Billikens with 30 points, on 13-22 FG.  Peyton Kennedy scored 23.  Julia Martinez, off the bench, scored 9 on perfect 3-3 FG and 3-3 FT, along with 5 rebounds, 6 assists and 4 steals.  Isabellah Middleton led the Bonnies with 24 points. Taylor Napper scored 16 on 8-8 FG.

Loyola Chicago (H, 8-8) 64,  Dayton (5-11) 61.  Sam Galanopoulous score 16 for the Ramblers.  Alyssa Fisher had 13.  Arianna Smith,  off the bench, had her 11th double double for the Flyers, 14/13.  Alyssa Jones added 10.

Besides the two way tie at the top of the standings, there's a tie for third  between George Mason, VCU and Duquense at 13-3.   The Dukes have the toughest remaining schedule, at Richmond and home to St Joe's.  George Mason visits VCU in their final game. 

GW is tied with LaSalle for the 12th spot at 4-12, a game behind Dayton.  GW would play Lasalle in the 12 - 13 game unless they can catch Dayton.  And unless Davidson can't play due to health issues.  

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3/01/2024 10:14 am  #68


Re: Other Games Thread, 2023 - 2024

Richmond is alone in first place at 15-2 going into the final regular season games on Saturday.  St Joe's buckled to upstart Fordham and fell to 14-3, tied with George Mason and VCU.  Duquense is 5th at 13-4.  Ti'Viyanna Habib and Zhirah Walton from George Mason won the Player and Rookie of the Week awards respectively.  Laura Ziegler and Tayla Brugler were added to  the Ann Meyers Drysdale award and All- American watch lists, just in time for the Hawks' loss.

St Bomaventure will be the 11 am game next Wednesday with the opponent to be determined from a pack of currently 8-9 teams.  UMass stands at 14th and will play Dayton (who they have beaten) or GW.  The Revs are on track to play LaSalle in the late game.  I hope I got that right.  

Wednesday games:

Richmond (H, 15-2) 90, Duquense (13-4) 74.  Grace Townsend had 19 points, 3 rebounds and 6 assists for the Spiders.  Maggie Doogan was 14/6 with 6 assists and 2 blocks.  Addie Budnick was 11/5 with 4 assists and 2 blocks.  Spiders had 31 bench points led by Laren VanArsdale with 15 and reliable scorer Rachel Ullstrom with 12.  Naelle Bernard scored 20 for the Dukes and Megan McConnell was 19/7 with 3 assists.

GW (5-12) 45, Davidson (H, 8-9) 40

VCU 69 (14-3), Rhode Island (H, 9-8) 59 .  Sarah Te-Bisau and Timaya Lewis-Eutsey each scored 17 for VCU, which led 57-39 after 3 quarters.  DeeDee Davis had 23 points for URI.

St Louis (8-9) 78, LaSalle (8-9 4-13) 37.  Peyton Kennedy scored 17 for the Billikens while Kyla McMakin and Tierra Simons each had 16,  Tiara Bolden was 13/8 for the Explorers.

Fordham (7-9) 62,St Joseph's (14-3) 57.   Taylor Donaldson had 18 for the Rams.  Emy Hayford scored 11.   Mackenzie Smith led the Hawks with 24 points and 6 rebounds.  Brugler scored 11,  

George Mason (H, 14-3) 78, Dayton (4-13) 53.  Reserve Kennedy Harris led the Patriots with 27 points and 8 rebounds.  POW Habib was 11/7.  ROW Walton had 10.  Ivy Wolf was the only Flyer in double figures with 18 points.  Double double machine Ariana Smith was close with 8 points and 7 rebounds.

UMass (H, 2-16) 58, St Bonaventure (1-16) 45.  Minutewomen ended their regular season, breaking their 15 game losing streak while extending the Bonnies' streak.  UMass had almost comfortable leads a couple of times but still had a couple of their scoring drought hiccups.  Kristen Williams had a career high 21 points including 3 long three pointers in the third periods all but 2 of UMass's 11.  Bonnies outrebounded UMass by 12 in the third although they only won quarter 13-11.  Alexis Rose had 12 points.  Stefanie Kulesza was 8/9.  FR big Chineye Odenigbo continues to improve: 8 points, 5 rebounds, 3 assists and 4 blocks.  Tori Hyduke played a good floor game with 3 rebounds, 3 assists and a steal; converting the latter to a long pass to Williams for a key 4th quarter lay-up.  She only scored one FT but her miss was converted to an offensive rebound and put back, another key point in the 4th,  Isabellah Middleton score 16 for the Bonnies.  Peyton Field had 14.  Dani Haskell was out with an injury,

 

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3/03/2024 12:29 pm  #69


Re: Other Games Thread, 2023 - 2024

On the last day of the regular season, Richmond clinched first place, LaSalle surprised host Fordham with a score out of whack with their average and St Louis played a tune up, in place of their canceled game with Davidson.  It was their Senior Night.  Opponent was Knox College, 19-8, which had ended its season on Feb 24 in a second round loss in the Midwest Conference tournament.  The D3 team, out of Illinois, has a cool nickname of Prairie Fire.  

GW (H, 6-12) 50, Loyola Chicago (8-10) 43

VCU (H, 15-3) 61, George Mason (14-4) 56.  Home crowd of 6,054. for the battle for third place.   Sarah
Te-Bisay scored 24 for the Rams.  Timaya Lewis-Eutsey had 14 and Mary-Anna Asare scored 10.  The latter two came of the bench, presumably so two seniors could start.  Sonia Smith led the Patriots with 23 points.  
Reserve Taylor Jameson had 19.

Rhode Island (H, 10-8), Dayton (H, 5-13) 42.  Dee Dee Davis was 16/9 for the Rams.  Reserve Teisha Hynan was 12/8,  Ivy Wolf scored 11 for The Flyers.

Richmond (16-2) 61, St Bonaventure (H, 1-17) 46.  Maggie Doogan scored 19 points and had 6 rebounds for the Spiders,  Grace Townsend was 12/4 with 4 assists,  Siobhan Ryan scored 10 points.   Addie Budnick had 7 rebounds, 3 assists and 3 blocks.  Isabellah Middleton scored 20 points for the Bonnies and Peyton Fields had 13.

St Joseph's (15-3) 77, Duquense (H, 13-5)  73.  Laura Ziegler scored 27 points with 12 rebounds for the Hawks. Mackenzie Smith had 24.  Talya Brugler had 9 points and 3 rebounds.  Megan McConnell and Ayanna Townsend had identical 18/7 lines with McConnell adding 5 assists.  Laura Wasylson had 12.

LaSalle (5-13) 93, Fordham (H, 8-10) 83,  Explorers average under 58 points per game, 14th in the conference.  Fordham allows 62.5, 8th in the conference. Rams won the rebound battle 39-28.  For the Exploers, FR Nicole Melious had 28 points on 10-15 FG, including 8-10 beyond the arc.  Tiara Bolden had 25 points and 8 rebounds.  Molly Masicantonio had 13 points and 6 assists,  Reserve Emilee Tahata scored  10.  LaSalle only played 7 so must have had a lot to tired players in the end. Taylor Donaldson was 26/9 for the Rams.  Matilda Flood scored 13 and Emy Hayford had 12.  Aminata Ly had 13 rebounds,  

St Louis (H, 14-17) 119, Knox College 42.  Peyton Kennedy scored 26 points and had 15 rebounds for the Rams.  Kyla McMakin had 24 points,  Julia Martinez, off the bench as usual, had 15 points (6-7FG) with 10 rebounds, 11 assists and 5 steals.  Camree Clegg, also off the bench, scored 11.

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3/03/2024 7:40 pm  #70


Re: Other Games Thread, 2023 - 2024

Thank you WMC

 

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