DRYDEN — Dryden jumped out to a commanding 31-12 cushion at the halftime break, laying the foundation for a 51-35 road triumph against Kingston in a North Central Thumb League varsity girls' basketball confrontation on Tuesday, January 20.
With the outcome, Dryden improves to 6-3 overall and 6-1 as far as North Central Thumb League clashes are concerned.
In Tuesday's confrontation, Dryden grabbed an 11-8 edge after one quarter was history.
Dryden followed it up with a 20-4 second quarter advantage.
Maddy Couch, of Dryden, dribbles the ball up the floor during a recent NCTL hoop encounter. photo by Kevin Kissane.
That pushed Dryden's lead to 31-12 at the halftime break.
When the action resumed, Kingston bounced back with a 14-6 third quarter edge.
That made it 37-26, Dryden, at the 24-minute mark.
Dryden then outscored Kingston 14-9 from that point on, assuring themselves of a 51-35 triumph at night's end.
Sarah DeCeuninck (20 points, 10 rebounds, three steals, two assist and one blocked shot) and Lynsey Marchwinski (10 points and five assists) posted Dryden's top numbers. They were backed by Angie Kopas (nine points, seven rebounds and three blocked shots), Cortney Lowney (six points, three assists and two blocked shots), Maddy Couch (four points) and Hillary Mason (two points and four rebounds).