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Queen's Golden Gaellery by Jeff Chan
Women's Basketball - Queen's at Toronto 20180120
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QUEEN'S 74, TORONTO 66
ALARIE’S 20 POINTS GIVES NO. 9 GAELS WEEKEND ROAD SWEEP IN TORONTO
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The No 9. Queen's Gaels (13-3) go 2-0 on their Toronto road trip, as they pick up a big win over the University of Toronto Varsity Blues (5-11) 74-66 on Saturday night in OUA women's basketball.
The Gaels opened the game shooting the ball excellently. The were selfless with the ball and found open teammates for open looks. Marianne Alarie (Sudbury, Ont.) led the team in scoring this quarter with eight points, knocking down a pair of three-pointers. The Varsity Blues, could not keep up with one of the top scoring teams in the OUA, and trailed them at the end of the first quarter, 19-9.
Veronika Lavergne (Ottawa), who led the team last night in their victory over the Rams, opened the second quarter with a pair of jumpers. U of T began to slowly creep up on the Gaels this quarter, as they were able to get into an offensive rhythm. Despite this, the Tricolour were still able to knock down their own shots and keep the lead. Alarie again finished the quarter with another eight points. Maddie Morris (Seeley's Bay, Ont.) was the defensive anchor, racking up two steals this quarter. The Gaels held on to the lead at halftime, 43-34.
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