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.