|Lady Jays pull away from Indians|
|Written by Jim Metcalfe|
|Wednesday, December 19, 2012 1:41 PM|
Lauck, the lone Tribe senior, did score 17 points and added eight boards and three blocked shots, but she had to work hard for those points. Abby Waddle added five points for the Tribe (4-3).
“Lauck presents so many problems for your defensively; she can shoot the 3, beat you off the dribble and score in a number of ways. We did a nice job of making her work hard for her points and never let her take control,” Jays mentor Dan J. Grothouse explained.
The Lady Blue Jays (4-3) almost had a pair of double-double players in senior Jessica Recker (12 markers, 9 dimes) and freshman Sydney Fischbach (10 counters, 9 caroms). Senior Katie Vorst added 10 markers. Their trademark man-to-man defense held Shawnee to 9-of-40 shooting (3-of-23 downtown) for 22.5 percent; they countered with a 17-of-35 shooting night (4-of-10 triples) for 48.6 percent.
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