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Dryden girls' basketball squad holds off Port Hope



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Caitlyn Crowel, of Dryden, drives to the basket during a North Central Thumb League clash versus Memphis recently. Crowel and her Dryden teammates turned back Port Hope last Thursday. photo by Kevin Kissane.
December 19, 2007
DRYDEN — Dryden built a 40-25 advantage after three quarters were history and held on for a heartstopping 41-37 win against visiting Port Hope in a North Central Thumb League varsity girls' basketball game last Thursday night.

With the decision, Dryden goes to 3-2 overall and as far as NCTL clashes are concerned.

In Thursday's game, Dryden jumped out to a 14-6 advantage after one quarter was history.

The second quarter saw Dryden collect 12 points, while allowing Port Hope eight.

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That left Dryden holding a 26-14 cushion at the halftime break.

When the action resumed, Dryden struck with a 14-11 third quarter advantage.

That made it 40-25, Dryden, at the 24-minute mark.

Dryden then withstood a 12-1 fourth quarter rally to escape with a 41-37 win.

Sarah DeCeuninck (12 points) and Lynsey Marchwinski (10) headlined for Dryden. The Cardinals also received points courtesy of April Warner (nine), Cortney Lowney (six) and Selina Paupert (four).

Kayla Gust (10, featuring a trey) and Brooke Iseler (10) proved Port Hope's toughest players to contain. Kim Koglin added nine points to the Blue Stars' cause.

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