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2A-10 girls basketball: IRC cruises, Calvary falls

LARGO — Tampa Prep used an early 8-0 run to knock off Calvary Christian 46-37 Friday in a semifinal of the Class 2A, District 10 tournament.

In the other semifinal, Indian Rocks Christian made coach Phil Farver's 300th win in 18 seasons as easy one, riding a 32-4 first-quarter run to an 82-21 win over Bishop McLaughlin.

The Golden Eagles were led by sophomore forward Kristen Scholl with 18 points, sophomore guard Tori Trador with 17 points — who made three 3-pointers — and sophomore guard Jessica Logemann with 14 points, including two 3-pointers. The Hurricanes were led by sophomore Amy Szymanowski with 14 of the team's 21 points.

The Terrapins were led by senior guard Latora Lofgren's 17 points. Erin Heath scored eight and senior forward Caroline Dillabough finished with seven.

The Warriors made it close in the final quarter. They were led by freshman guard Caroline Andreassen, who scored 18. Sophomore forward Heather Slayton pitched in seven points.

The Terrapins and Golden Eagles will play at 7 tonight.

2A-10 girls basketball: IRC cruises, Calvary falls 02/05/10 [Last modified: Friday, February 5, 2010 11:44pm]
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