Wolves pull away in 2nd quarter
CARPENTERSVILLE – Dundee-Crown wishes it could have a do-over after a costly and disappointing performance during the second quarter against Prairie Ridge.
The Chargers girls basketball team, searching for its first win of the season, carried a two-point lead into the second despite nine turnovers through the game’s first eight minutes. But then nothing seemed to work. The Wolves outscored D-C 17-2 and held the Chargers scoreless until Lauren Lococo’s basket off an inbound play with 25 seconds left until half.
The 13-point halftime deficit was too much for the inexperienced Chargers squad to overcome in a 41-30 Fox Valley Conference Valley Division loss to Prairie Ridge. The Wolves ran all over the Chargers in the second, capitalizing off the turnovers, though D-C outscored Prairie Ridge in each of the other three quarters. Lococo led D-C with nine points as its starters accounted for all 30 points.
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