Hyde-Woodstock Girls Varsity Basketball vs. St. Andrews
Monday, January 14, 2013
Hyde-Woodstock – 48
St. Andrews – 39
Hyde took on St. Andrews in a league match-up Monday. The defensive effort on the press was solid in the first half. On offense the team struggled to work together but were kept afloat behind the scoring of Cashmir Fulcher ’15 with 13 and Janicha Diaz ’14 with 13. Hyde went into halftime with a twelve point lead. In the second half the team saw their lead shrink to three after a lackluster effort on defense and too many “one and dones” on offense. The turning point in the second half came when Janicha made an impressive steal on defense took the ball to the hoop and was fouled which led to an old fashioned three point play. From that point forward the team kept their composure and worked hard on defense to improve their record in the league to 3 and 1. Hyde plays Williams on Wednesday.
The scoring was as follows: Cashmir Fulcher ’15 9-1-24; Janicha Diaz ’14 9-3-22; Katherine Hagood ’13 1-0-2
Hyde-Woodstock Girls Varsity Basketball vs. Williams
Wednesday, January 16, 2013
Hyde-Woodstock – 48
Williams – 27
Woodstock traveled to New London to play Williams in the second league game of the week. There was some turmoil earlier in the day leading to some personel changes and all members of the team were asked to step up and add more to the offensive effort and step up they did. Their defense frustrated the other team, however; the affects are usually felt in the second half, so Hyde went into halftime with a seemingly slim seven point lead. The press took its toll and the team heated up on offense with five of the eight players scoring. The offense clicked and people like Katherine Hagood ’13, Jenna Kowalski ’13 and Samri Krogmann ’14 found themselves having their best offensive games of the season. Janicha Diaz ’14 was not only the leading scorer but more importantly the led the team in assists. Hyde’s next game is Wednesday, January 23 against Falmouth.
The scoring was as follows: Janicha Diaz ’14 9-0-20; Katherine Hagood ’13 4-0-10; Samri Krogmann ’14 3-0-6; Maureen Bellwoar ’13 2-0-4; Jenna Kowalski ’13 3-0-8