|Lincoln Academy's Brie Wajer, right, looks to get the ball past Oceanside's Hope Butler during Thursday's game. Lincoln Academy won 48-35. (Photo by Ron Hawkes)|
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The Eagles were just too fast on the fast break as they ran the floor in transition well, knowing where each other was going to be, and making good passes to get the ball there.
|Oceanside's Jillian Brooks plays tough defense on Lincoln Academy's Dorthy Hodous. (Photo by Ron Hawkes)|
Scoring for Lincoln Academy was Brie Wajar with 16 points; Cagney O'Brien 14; Katie Moore nine; KaitlynFeltis four; Kortney McKennaand Brianna Genthner two each; and Dorthy Hodous one.
The Eagles were 8-of 10 (80 percent) from the foul line.
For Oceanside, Gabby Simmons had 11 points; Kassidy Robinson and Alexis Mazurek six each; Raechel Joyce five; Hope Butler four; and DSara Dorr three.
The Mariners were 9-of-13 (69 percent) from the charity stripe. The had two 3-pointers, one each from Simmons and Joyce.
|Lincoln Academy's Chelsea Williams hauls in a rebound after boxing out her opponent. (Photo by Ron Hawkes)|
Oceanside falls to 6-9 on the season and is currently in 10th place in Class A North Heal Point standings. The top ten make the playoffs. Lincoln Academy goes to 11-5 and moves up to No. 5 in Class B South Heal Point standings. The top nine make the playoffs.
The Mariners will host Camden Hills Saturday, Feb. 4 with an 11:30 JV tipoff and 1 p.m. varsity game.
Lincoln Academy will host Mt. View next Tuesday, Feb. 7 with a 6:30 p.m. tipoff.
|Oceanside's Raechel Joyce takes a shot from the side. (Photo by Ron Hawkes)|
|Oceanside's Gabby Simmons looks to move the ball out after grabbing a rebound. (Photo by Ron Hawkes)|
|Lincoln Academy's Anna Hatch tries to dribble past Alexis Mazurek. (Photo by Ron Hawkes)|