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Dryden's second half paves way to win


December 24, 2008
DRYDEN — Dryden handed host Peck a 46-29 setback in a North Central Thumb League varsity girls' basketball encounter on Tuesday, December 16.

With the result, Dryden moves to 3-2 and 3-0.

In Tuesday's encounter, Dryden took a 9-6 edge after one quarter was complete.

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Hillary Mason, of Dryden, defends against Peck’s Nicole Pries during their NCTL girls’ basketball contest last week. photo by Kevin Kissane.

Quarter number two saw Peck net 11 points, while allowing Dryden nine.

That left Dryden holding an 18-17 edge at the halftime break.

When the action resumed, Dryden seized command.

Aided by a 12-0 run over a 5:31 span, Dryden forged a 30-17 lead with 2:29 showing on the third quarter clock.

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The next two minutes-plus saw Peck collect six points and Dryden generate two.

That made it 32-23, Dryden, at the 24-minute mark.

Dryden then outscored Peck 14-6 the rest of the way, closing out a 46-29 win at their expense.

Sarah DeCeuninck (13 points) and Cortney Lowney (10) led Dryden with double figure outputs. The Cardinals also received points courtesy of Maddy Couch (eight, including a trifecta), Lynsey Marchwinski (six), Angie Kopas (five) along with Mandy Jones and Hillary Mason (two apiece).

As far as rebounding was concerned, DeCeuninck paced Dryden with 18. Lowney and Kopas (seven rebounds each) plus Mason and Marchwinski (six apiece) supported her performance.

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