(WTNH)–Second-seeded East Haven and seventh-seeded Career played a good one in Southern Connecticut Conference girls’ basketball playoff action on Saturday. The game went into overtime. We picked things up late in regulation. Yellow Jackets down three–Alexis Penziwater hits a three to tie it up at 41. In overtime, the Panthers take the lead back. Ky’Jay Hargrove–she hurt her ankle last game–looked good tonight. She gets the bucket and the foul. East Haven jumps back out in front.
(WTNH)–Top seed Mercy routed Sheehan, the No. 8 seed, in the Southern Connecticut Conference girls’ basketball playoffs on Saturday. We picked up our highlights in the second half, already a big lead for the Tigers. Bella Santoro adds to it with a good drive to the basket. She gets the hoop and the foul, and hits the free throw. Mercy would hit from the outside as well, working the ball around to Alexia Leion. Her high arching shot goes in. The Tigers win big, by the final score of 72-37.
FILE- In this Dec. 19, 2017, file photo, Connecticut associate head coach Chris Dailey, left, and head coach Geno Auriemma celebrate Auriemma's 1000th win at the end of an NCAA college basketball game against Oklahoma in Uncasville, Conn. “There’s a lot that goes into winning,” Auriemma said after the 88-64 victory over the Sooners. “People think because you’re at a great school that has great tradition it’s easy to win. If it was that easy, every school that has it will win all the time.
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Selecting a term
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