Focus on Sports
Skipjack women wear down Rockville
Wednesday, December 06, 2006
ROCKVILLE With a seven-player roster, Chesapeake College´s women´s basketball team isn´t accustomed to having a numerical advantage.
That, however, was a key to the Skipjacks´ 64-46 win over host Montgomery College Rockville Tuesday night. Rockville led at the half and stayed close until the final minutes, when the foul-plagued Knights were reduced to four players.
"It was a close game up until that point," said Chesapeake head coach Lowell Showell, who indicated he was pleased with his squad´s intensity. "The effort was very good it´s been good all season."
Rockville stayed close for so long thanks in large part to Franchaze Waters, who scored 14 of her game-high 21 points in the first half as Rockville took a 26-24 lead.
"We couldn´t stop her in the first half," said Shaw.
Sherrie Thomas led a balanced Chesapeake attack with 19 points. Yaasmiyn Finlayson and Chanae DeShields each added 14 points.
The Skipjacks play again Saturday at 1 p.m. at Allegany College of Maryland.
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