C.DOFN eases past Plupstead

North Penn Life - - Sports - By Mike Cabrey Pfab­rey@mour­nal­reg­is­ter. com

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.”

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