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Shrewsbury girls handily win season opener against Doherty

By Chris Wraight, Contributing Writer

Shrewsbury High School's Cally Waite (#11, with ball) makes her move against Doherty Memorial High School's Delaney Sylvester (#10, rear).

Shrewsbury High School's Cally Waite (#11, with ball) makes her move against Doherty Memorial High School's Delaney Sylvester (#10, rear).

Shrewsbury – The Shrewsbury High School Colonials girls’ basketball team opened their season against the Doherty Memorial High School Highlanders on Dec 12.

Both teams started off sluggishly, with the Colonials only up 11-8 at the end of the first quarter.? In the second quarter however, Shrewsbury started to warm up and had a 32-13 lead at the half.

The third quarter saw the Colonials’ momentum continue with a 47-15 score at the end of the third quarter. The final score was 60-24 in Shrewsbury's favor.

Shrewsbury High School's Elizabeth Grip (#15, with ball) goes up and over Doherty Memorial High School's Delaney Sylvester (#10, left) for this jump shot.  Doherty's Franchesca Hammond (#20, right) and Lina Graham (#11, front) also defend.

Shrewsbury High School's Elizabeth Grip (#15, with ball) goes up and over Doherty Memorial High School's Delaney Sylvester (#10, left) for this jump shot. Doherty's Franchesca Hammond (#20, right) and Lina Graham (#11, front) also defend.

 

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