Oceanside JV stumbles with visiting Brunswick

ROCKLAND – The Oceanside girls basketball teams hosted Brunswick to the school for games Saturday afternoon. The day opened with the junior varsity teams tipping off in what was an exciting game despite the final score with Brunswick getting the 51-37 win.

Oceanside's Sara Door, (52) surrounded by Brunswick players looks to outlet the ball. (Photo by Ron Hawkes)

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The young Mariners played hard till the final horn, however, the Lady Dragons came to play and while Oceanside played hard it just forced Brunswick to play a little harder taking a 13-11 first quarter lead. The Dragons built the lead to 29-22 at the halftime break. In the third quarter where the intensity picked up from Oceanside, they held Brunswick to seven points giving Brunswick the slim 36-30 lead heading into the final stanza. The fourth quarter belonged to Brunswick as the outscored the Mariners 15-7 for the win.

Oceanside's Chole Jones makes a move to get past a defender. (Photo by Ron Hawkes)
Scoring for Oceanside was, Chloe ones and Sara Dorr with nine points each; Anna Poissen and Kassidy Robinson six each; Molly Gould three; and Hannah Benner and Kalli Grover two each.

Oceanside's Molly Gould looks to go baseline as she gets fouled with the block on the play. (Photo by Ron Hawkes)

Oceanside was 8-of-16 (50 percent) from the foul line and they had one 3-pointer from Jones.

For Brunswick, Rosalie White had 12 points; Emily Larochelle 10; Anna Kousky nine; Alexis Guptill six; Mackenzie Burrows, Izzy Banks, and Grace Clendening four each; and Holly Black two.

The Dragons were 10-of-27 (37 percent) from the foul line and they had one 3-pointer from Larochelle.

Oceanside's Sara Dorr puts a shot up over her Brunswick defender as Chloe Jones looks on. (Photo by Ron Hawkes)

Oceanside's Kassidy Robinson, right, battles with a Brunswick defender for a rebound. (Photo by Ron Hawkes)

Oceanside's Alexis Rytky, (12) just gets her hands up to keep this ball from a direct hit on the face while working for a rebound. (Photo by Ron Hawkes)


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