Tuesday, February 10, 2004
By Susan Hall
It’s never any fun losing a game especially when you know that a good effort was made for four quarters. The Lady Panthers had loss a disappointing game this past weekend at the Shoot Out At The Shore tournament by six points. The difference in that game was a sluggish second quarter that proved to be the difference. Haley Crites lead the defensive effort for Collingswood helping the Panthers win easily over Paulsboro. Collingswood double-digit advantage at the half turned into a 60-39 Colonial Conference victory.
Collingswood established control of this game right from the opening tip-off. An early 11-3 lead grew to a 19-8 first quarter advantage. The Panthers would outscore Paulsboro 29-15 through the next two quarters and Collingswood cruised from that point on. The Red Raiders had no answer for Crites and Waligorski defensive presence. Collingswood was led by Ashlee Feldman’s game high 24 points and Stacy Waligorski’s 18 points. Chari Cooper had a team high 15 points for Paulsboro.
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