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Dryden rolls past Akron-Fairgrove in a NCTL girls' basketball battle



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Sarah DeCeuninck, of Dryden, takes the ball to the basket during a game with Akron-Fairgrove. photo by Kevin Kissane.
December 10, 2008
DRYDEN — Dryden rolled to a convincing 63-37 victory over visiting Akron-Fairgrove in a North Central Thumb League varsity girls' basketball encounter last Friday night.

With the final, Dryden moves to 1-1 overall and 1-0 as far as NCTL confrontations are concerned.

In Friday's encounter, Dryden jumped out to a 17-10 advantage after one quarter was complete.

Dryden followed it up with a 12-11 second quarter edge.

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That staked Dryden to a 29-21 advantage at the halftime break.

Dryden then outscored Akron-Fairgrove 34-16 over the last 16 minutes of action, good enough for a 63-37 win at night's end.

Angie Kopas (16 points), Sarah DeCeuninck (15) and Lynsey Marchwinski (12, featuring a trey) paced Dryden's offensive attack with double figure outputs. Mandi Jones (eight points, with a triple), Hillary Mason (four) along with Maddy Couch, Rachel DeCeuninck, Cortney Lowney and Sandrine Simon (two each) also reached the scoring column.

As far as rebounding was concerned, Sarah DeCeuninck topped Dryden. She pulled down 16 missed shots. Kopas tacked on 12 rebounds to the Cardinals' cause.

Sarah DeCeuninck provided the highest Dryden steal total, amassing four. The Cardinals also received three steals courtesy of Mason.

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