Friday, December 2, 2005

Lady Panthers feast on Cutthroats

Carey 76, Community School 27


By STEVE BENSON
Express Staff Writer

Led by senior Brenna Silva, who scored a game-high 21 points, the Carey Panthers girls' basketball team rolled over the Community School 76-27 Tuesday night in Carey to remain undefeated.

Silva, who also snagged 14 rebounds, was backed by fellow seniors Whitney Peck (17 points, 14 rebounds), Jessica Royal (11 points, 11 assists), and Lacey Peterson (10 points).

"The girls played really well," said Carey's head coach, Hollis Pincock. "They're unselfish as a team—we have seven girls that can score 10 points a night."

The Panthers are loaded with talent and leadership—five of the team's six seniors are three-year starters.

"They're really getting their mojo," Pincock said. "They're shooting much better this year than last year (45 percent from the floor), and they're not turning the ball over like they used to."

Carey, 3-0, traveled to Richfield Thursday night and will host a tournament tonight and Saturday.

As for the Tigers from Richfield, Pincock said they're "always good, scrappy and tough."

Team statistics for the Community School were not available.

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The Community School's boys' team fell 39-51 to Hansen in their season opener, a non-conference game, Wednesday night. Additional information was not available.




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