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Northrop's second-half shooting streak nails Lady Vikings
Thursday, January 17, 2013 12:34 PM
A slim halftime lead didn't hold up for the Huntington North High School girls' varsity basketball team when visiting Northrop shot a scorching 78.6 percent in the second half of their game on Wednesday, Jan. 16, to send the Lady Vikings to a 36-24 defeat.
Huntington North, 3-13, held a 12-11 lead after the opening two quarters, but Northrop drained 11 of 14 shots from the field in the second half to help pull out the win. The Lady Bruins, 3-11, held a 26-19 lead after three quarters.
Allyson Trout put up eight points to lead Huntington North. Freshman Madi Canady added six points and as many rebounds and Lindsey Fosters supplied five points, five boards and four assists, the latter a game-high.
Aleah Swary paced the Bruins with 19 points and six rebounds, followed by Quila Jackson's nine points and Nevada Jones' six.
Northrop wound up hitting 16 of 31 shots from the field for 51.6 percent for the contest. The Lady Vikings hit 10 of 36 from the field for 27.8 percent.
Aly Grabner and Hannah Williams scored eight points apiece on a combined 8 for 11 shooting to lead the Huntington North junior varsity over Northrop, 33-17.