FREDERICK, Md. – The Cumberland Valley Christian Blazers scored half of their factors within the third quarter and pulled out a 32-29 victory over New Life Christian Tuesday in a Mason Dixon Christian Convention women basketball recreation.
After shutting out New Life 7-0 within the first quarter, the Blazers (6-10, 3-5 MDCC) trailed 13-9 at halftime. Nonetheless, their 16-point third quarter propelled them to a 25-22 edge to begin the ultimate interval.
Victoria Value scored 15 factors and grabbed 5 rebounds to steer the Blazers. Sydney Wiegand added seven factors and three assists, Makenna Morris had 5 factors and three assists, Julia Waltz scored 5 factors, and Reagan Witmer pulled down 5 rebounds.
“We trailed at a halftime and had been in a position to battle again within the second half off a robust third quarter,” Blazers coach Corey Collins mentioned. “Tori had the recent hand for us. Sydney and Makenna did a fantastic job retaining their greatest participant in examine the second half.”
In Monday’s 46-39 non-league loss to McConnellsburg, the Blazers trailed 35-18 on the finish of the third quarter earlier than making it shut on the finish.
“We overcame early turnovers and virtually got here all the best way again,” Collins mentioned. “Chloe (Smith) was an enormous spark for us off the bench.”
Smith scored 11 factors to steer the Blazers. Additionally scoring had been Witmer (7 factors), Emmalyn Hott (5), Wiegand (4), Haven Moats (4), Morris (4), Waltz (2) and Value (2). Wiegand had 5 steals and 4 rebounds, and Morris had 4 assists.