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Mustangs beat Scots, 48-37

PENN YAN—The Penn Yan varsity girls basketball team prevailed, 48-37, in a home game against Dundee, Wednesday, Dec. 2.
The Scots were in lead up through the third quarter.  At the end of the first quarter, Penn Yan was behind, 12-8.  Early in the second quarter, Penn Yan managed to tie with Dundee, during a flurry of scoring.
Both teams scored a number of times within a one minute period, leading to a 14-14 score.  Dundee’s Liz Salamendra scored shortly after that to put Dundee in the lead again.  With seconds left in the second period, Penn Yan’s Morgan Simmons scored a three point shot.  The score at the end of the first half was 24-18, in Dundee’s favor.
The Mustangs started to catch up more in the third quarter.  Both teams tied at 26-26 and 30-30.  At the end of the third quarter, the score was 34-30, with Dundee still in the lead.
It wasn’t until the second half that Penn Yan stepped up to take the lead.  Penn Yan Coach Erin Cunningham said Dundee’s defense had the Mustangs confused in the first half.  She explained that after half-time, the Penn Yan girls were able to figure it out.  Penn Yan built up their points throughout the final quarter and won the game, 48-37.
Dundee Coach Tom Pratt said the Scots had a good first half.  He said the team made good shots and moved the ball well.  However, Pratt said by the end the scoring had become stagnant.
 


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