FOREST GROVE, Ore. – Pacific ladies’s basketball cruised to a dominate, 68-43 win over Lewis & Clark Tuesday contained in the Stoller Middle.
The Boxers got here out on prime by controlling the glass outrebounding the Pioneers, 47-27. Of the 47 rebounds within the contest 17 of them got here on the offensive finish extending a number of possessions which wore down the already shorthanded Pioneers.
- Brilie Kovaloff scored a workforce excessive 15 factors which included hitting three photographs from behind the arc.
- Alexis Intong performed an vital position within the contest taking pictures an environment friendly 4-5 from the sphere and gathering three offensive rebounds.
- Sydney Gray collected a workforce excessive 9 rebounds with 4 extending possessions on the offensive finish.
How It Occurred
The 2 groups opened the competition with matching possessions. The primary possession for every workforce resulted in a turnover whereas the second possession for every workforce was a transformed three pointer to open the scoring. Pacific was in a position to open an 11-5 lead earlier than they piled it on holding the guests scoreless over the following three minutes to take a 19-7 lead by the point the Pioneers have been in a position to convert on the offensive finish. On the finish of the quarter, the Boxers led 24-7.
It was a quiet first three minutes for each side within the second quarter as neither workforce scored within the stretch. Lewis and Clark was in a position to take the lid off of the basket once they cut up a pair of free throws on the seven minute mark. By the point the clock hit zero on the finish of the second quarter, the Boxers held a 35-14 lead.
The third quarter had the Boxers proceed to indicate their dominance because the opened up a 52-21 lead following a Danica Schmidt fastbreak layup. The house workforce held a 32-point lead as they headed for the ultimate quarter.
The hosts continued their robust play within the last quarter as they by no means allowed the Pioneers to get inside 20 factors of the lead. Anya Henderson put the ultimate touches on the 68-43 win to earn the Boxers their second straight NWC win.
Pacific heads to McMinnville on Friday for a 6 P.M. rematch from earlier within the season that noticed Pacific win 66-39.
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