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By Drew Lawson
The Times 

Davenport girls basketball bested by St. George's

Gorillas manage just eight first half points


Last updated 1/7/2022 at 11:09am

Drew Lawson | The Times

Davenport eighth-grader Clare Lathrop tries to convert a layup against St. George's. The Gorillas fell to the Dragons 52-24 Tuesday, Jan. 4.

DAVENPORT-The Gorilla girls have had trouble scoring points this season, and that trend continued Tuesday in a 52-24 loss to St. George's.

St. George's came out strong, scoring the first nine points of the game and nabbing a pair of transition baskets as Davenport's bigs couldn't score around the rim while the guards turned the ball over in the half court. It didn't get much better, as Davenport's only score of the quarter was a Kiersten Kemmerer three-pointer and the Dragons led 18-3 after one.

Davenport's offense continued to struggle in the second quarter, and the Gorillas couldn't tak...

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