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Kala­ma­zoo averted ex­tra time when Lex Krahling’s 3-pointer at the buzzer did not fall.

Wash­ing­ton shot only 25 per­cent from the floor (17-of-67), but helped to make up for that by sink­ing 20 of 30 free throws.

The lo­cals led 18-10 in points off of turnovers, 14-8 in bench points, 13-7 in sec­ond­chance points, 18-14 in points in the paint and 7-5 in fast-break points. They also won the re­bound­ing bat­tle, 48-39.

The day be­fore, in an­other first-time

meet­ing, Mis­eri­cor­dia (5-4) whipped Wash­ing­ton, 69-45, rac­ing out to a 21-11 lead at the end of the first quar­ter and lead­ing through­out. Mis­eri­cor­dia closed out the first quar­ter with eight unan­swered points.

Its largest lead was 25 points, 67-42, with just un­der four min­utes to play.

Clark (10 points, five as­sists) was the only Shore lady to score in dou­ble dig­its. Class­mate Cas­sidy Qu­at­tro led all play­ers with nine re­bounds.

Wash­ing­ton’s first game of the new year is Jan. 6 at home against No. 16-ranked Muh­len­berg. Tip-off is at 3 p.m. for the Cen­ten­nial Con­fer­ence twin bill. The men play at 1 p.m.

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