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2A girls basketball: Indian Rocks Christian barely tested

Class 2A

Golden Eagles barely tested

LAKELAND — Indian Rocks Christian had four players score in double digits, cruising to a 66-39 victory over Lakeland Christian on Tuesday in the Class 2A region semifinals.

Kristen Scholl scored a game-high 17 points for the Golden Eagles. Tori Trador and Rachel Burnett each added 13, and Ryan Ashburn scored 10 off the bench.

Lakeland Christian scored the first points of the night, but never led again. IRC then went on a 17-0 run and led 17-4 after one.

Indian Rocks, which had a size advantage, was able to smother the paint and contain the Vikings' inside game. The Vikings were not able to advance the ball past halfcourt during most of the first quarter.

The Ledger

2A girls basketball: Indian Rocks Christian barely tested 02/16/10 [Last modified: Tuesday, February 16, 2010 11:30pm]
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