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Dryden girls turn back league rivals, 42-29


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Dryden’s Lynsey Marchwinski (L) takes it to the hoop as Port Hope’s Brittany Schave (R) closes in. photo by Kevin Kissane.

February 04, 2009
DRYDEN — Sarah DeCeuninck netted 21 points and Lynsey Marchwinski generated 13 to lead host Dryden to a 42-29 win against Port Hope in a North Central Thumb League varsity girls' basketball encounter on Tuesday, January 27.

With the result, Dryden raises its mark to 8-3 overall and 8-1 when they square off versus North Central Thumb League adversaries.

In Tuesday's encounter, Dryden opened up a 10-6 edge after one quarter was complete.

The next eight-minute stretch would see Dryden widen the gap.

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Aided by a 12-7 cushion there, Dryden took a 22-13 advantage at the halftime break.

When the action resumed, Port Hope countered with a 9-7 third quarter edge.

That made it 29-22, Dryden, at the 24-minute mark.

Dryden then outscored Port Hope 13-7 the rest of the way, putting the finishing touches on a 42-29 win.

Angie Kopas and Cortney Lowney were the other Dryden players who reached the scoring column that evening. They hit for six and two points, respectively.

Kopas (10) and DeCeuninck (seven) posted the highest Dryden rebounding totals.

Marchwinski supplied the top Dryden steal output, collecting six.

Hillary Mason added a strong defensive performance to Dryden's cause, according to Cardinal Coach Tony Anderson.

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