Seton bests McNamara in basketball by limiting turnovers, mistakes
Andrew Feather ‘13| Sports Editior
Last night in a game that displayed numerous missed layups, turnovers and simply an apparent lack of quality play, the Bishop McNamara Lady Mustangs fell to the Elizabeth Seton Roadrunners 52-41.
As the game started, the Roadrunners came out hot behind a wide array of scoring chances by guard Janelle Hubbard and forward Korin Harris among others to jump out to a 16-9 lead at the end of the first quarter.
During the second period the Lady Mustangs stayed ice cold on offense adding only six points but their defense improved drastically. The defense, led by the five senior starters, held Seton to only three points in the quarter, helping to cut Seton’s lead to four at the break.
Seton however came out to begin the second half extremely hot, scoring six consecutive points to jump ahead by ten. Despite a furious run by guard Chanice Lee ‘12 to begin the fourth when she scored eight points in a row for the Mustangs, the Roadrunners were able to run away with the victory.