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Lady Shamrocks Top St. Clair

February 19, 2014
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New Haven held the lead throughout its 50-27 girls basketball win Monday at home over St. Clair.

The Lady Shamrocks (17-7, 3-3) held advantages of 15-6 after one quarter, 27-17 at halftime and 42-21 after three quarters.

“We played a good game all-around. We controlled the boards, played good defense and were able to run our offense and get some good shots,” said New Haven Head Coach Doug Peirick. “We came out of the gates with a lot of energy and didn’t let St. Clair get any easy shots, which is something we didn’t do last week when we played them.”

The Lady Bulldogs (8-13, 1-5) were without starting guard Allison Hinson after she was injured last Thursday against St. James.

St. Clair Head Coach Jena Carroll said Hinson will miss the remainder of the season.

“We played hard, but we struggled to score,” Carroll said. “We have to be better at finishing and finding opportunities to get points.”

Rachel Steinhoff paced New Haven with 18 points. Emily Kallmeyer added 13 points.

Kayla Meyer finished with nine points. Stephanie Scheer and Megan Shockley both scored four points. Stephanie Gerling had two points.

Karissa Hoffman led the Lady Bulldogs with 10 points. Katelyn Guehne finished with six points. Sam Deason scored five points.

Halley Cokley and Alicia York both scored two points. Emily Presley and Miranda Murphy both had one point.


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