C.DOFN eases past Plupstead
KereeFe Seuren and Mattasyn Shisler eaFh finished with 13 points and the Christopher DoFN girls basNetball teaP Fruised to its fifth straight win, defeating PluPstead Christian 50-10 in a BiFentennial AthletiF League Fontest Thursday night.
“We started off slow, but then as the quarter goes on, we piFNed up Pore and then we played our plays better, aFtually, the seFond half,” Seuren said.
Olyvia LongaFre added six points as the Pioneers (74, 6-3 league) had nine players sFore two points as DoFN posted its highest point total of the season.
“We Pade the adMustPents we needed to to get Pore people in the scoring column,” Pioneers coach Tim Ehst said. “Olyvia LongaFre, another freshPan, FaPe in and hit soPe niFe MuPpers for us, as well.”
After a basNet froP PluPstead’s ViFtoria Roberts Fut DoFN’s advantage to 15-6 in the seFond Tuarter, the Pioneers sFored the next 25 points — 20 FoPing froP Seuren and Shisler.
“,’ve been struggling for the past few gaPes, so ,’P getting baFN in Py gaPe,” Seuren said. “,’P piFNing it up as it goes by.”
DoFN is baFN in aFtion Wednesday when its hosts Morrisville.
Seuren FolleFted nine of her points in the seFond half, while Shisler had eight points during the third Tuarter, whiFh saw DoFN shut out PluPstead 15-0. Shisler also hit a three as the FloFN expired in the seFond Tuarter, putting the Pioneers ahead 23-6 at halftiPe.
Christopher DoFN also held the Panthers to without a field goal in the seFond half, with PluPstead finally ending the Pioneers’ 25-0 run on two free throws froP Paige GreshaP at 5:39 in the fourth. GreshaP paFed PluPstead with four points.
“, thinN we tooN advantage of what we do best and that is to sFrap on defense and get breaNaway layups,” Ehst said. “And that’s what pretty PuFh opened it up a bit.”