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Posted: December 9, 2010 2:58 p.m.
Updated: December 10, 2010 5:00 a.m.

Getting a combined 39 points from three players in double figure, the Lugoff-Elgin girls’ basketball team avenged a season-opening loss to Lancaster with a 58-50 victory over the hosts Lady Bruins in a Wednesday night non-region contest.

The victory was the second in a row for Von Duncan’s team, which hosts rival Camden tonight in a 6 p.m. contest.

Junior Aneka Dixon led L-E (2-1) with 20 points followed by senior Caressa Samuel with 15 and sophomore Dahiana Rodriguez with 14. Defensively, Quintella Alexander and Dorothy Fair owned the boards with 10 rebounds apiece.

The Lady Demons were "running a little slow, playing out of our game and trailed every quarter," Duncan said.

The spark which the guest needed was provided by Rodriguez, who turned a pair of steals into layups and a put back to gave the Lady Demons "the motivation we needed to put the game back in perspective," Duncan said.

L-E scored 23 fourth quarter points while getting 25 points

Getting a combined 39 points from three players in double figure, the Lugoff-Elgin girls’ basketball team avenged a season-opening loss to Lancaster with a 58-50 victory over the hosts Lady Bruins in a Wednesday night non-region contest.

The victory was the second in a row for Von Duncan’s team, which hosts rival Camden tonight in a 6 p.m. contest.

Junior Aneka Dixon led L-E (2-1) with 20 points followed by senior Caressa Samuel with 15 and sophomore Dahiana Rodriguez with 14. Defensively, Quintella Alexander and Dorothy Fair owned the boards with 10 rebounds apiece.

The Lady Demons were "running a little slow, playing out of our game and trailed every quarter," Duncan said.

Getting a combined 39 points from three players in double figure, the Lugoff-Elgin girls’ basketball team avenged a season-opening loss to Lancaster with a 58-50 victory over the hosts Lady Bruins in a Wednesday night non-region contest.

The victory was the second in a row for Von Duncan’s team, which hosts rival Camden tonight in a 6 p.m. contest.

Junior Aneka Dixon led L-E (2-1) with 20 points followed by senior Caressa Samuel with 15 and sophomore Dahiana Rodriguez with 14. Defensively, Quintella Alexander and Dorothy Fair owned the boards with 10 rebounds apiece.

The Lady Demons were "running a little slow, playing out of our game and trailed every quarter," Duncan said.

The spark which the guest needed was provided by Rodriguez, who turned a pair of steals into layups and a put back to gave the Lady Demons "the motivation we needed to put the game back in perspective," Duncan said.

L-E scored 23 fourth quarter points while getting 25 points

Getting a combined 39 points from three players in double figure, the Lugoff-Elgin girls’ basketball team avenged a season-opening loss to Lancaster with a 58-50 victory over the hosts Lady Bruins in a Wednesday night non-region contest.

The victory was the second in a row for Von Duncan’s team, which hosts rival Camden tonight in a 6 p.m. contest.

Junior Aneka Dixon led L-E (2-1) with 20 points followed by senior Caressa Samuel with 15 and sophomore Dahiana Rodriguez with 14. Defensively, Quintella Alexander and Dorothy Fair owned the boards with 10 rebounds apiece.

The Lady Demons were "running a little slow, playing out of our game and trailed every quarter," Duncan said.

Getting a combined 39 points from three players in double figure, the Lugoff-Elgin girls’ basketball team avenged a season-opening loss to Lancaster with a 58-50 victory over the hosts Lady Bruins in a Wednesday night non-region contest.

The victory was the second in a row for Von Duncan’s team, which hosts rival Camden tonight in a 6 p.m. contest.

Junior Aneka Dixon led L-E (2-1) with 20 points followed by senior Caressa Samuel with 15 and sophomore Dahiana Rodriguez with 14. Defensively, Quintella Alexander and Dorothy Fair owned the boards with 10 rebounds apiece.

The Lady Demons were "running a little slow, playing out of our game and trailed every quarter," Duncan said.

The spark which the guest needed was provided by Rodriguez, who turned a pair of steals into layups and a put back to gave the Lady Demons "the motivation we needed to put the game back in perspective," Duncan said.

L-E scored 23 fourth quarter points while getting 25 points

Getting a combined 39 points from three players in double figure, the Lugoff-Elgin girls’ basketball team avenged a season-opening loss to Lancaster with a 58-50 victory over the hosts Lady Bruins in a Wednesday night non-region contest.

The victory was the second in a row for Von Duncan’s team, which hosts rival Camden tonight in a 6 p.m. contest.

Junior Aneka Dixon led L-E (2-1) with 20 points followed by senior Caressa Samuel with 15 and sophomore Dahiana Rodriguez with 14. Defensively, Quintella Alexander and Dorothy Fair owned the boards with 10 rebounds apiece.

The Lady Demons were "running a little slow, playing out of our game and trailed every quarter," Duncan said.

Getting a combined 39 points from three players in double figure, the Lugoff-Elgin girls’ basketball team avenged a season-opening loss to Lancaster with a 58-50 victory over the hosts Lady Bruins in a Wednesday night non-region contest.

The victory was the second in a row for Von Duncan’s team, which hosts rival Camden tonight in a 6 p.m. contest.

Junior Aneka Dixon led L-E (2-1) with 20 points followed by senior Caressa Samuel with 15 and sophomore Dahiana Rodriguez with 14. Defensively, Quintella Alexander and Dorothy Fair owned the boards with 10 rebounds apiece.

The Lady Demons were "running a little slow, playing out of our game and trailed every quarter," Duncan said.

The spark which the guest needed was provided by Rodriguez, who turned a pair of steals into layups and a put back to gave the Lady Demons "the motivation we needed to put the game back in perspective," Duncan said.

L-E scored 23 fourth quarter points while getting 25 points

Getting a combined 39 points from three players in double figure, the Lugoff-Elgin girls’ basketball team avenged a season-opening loss to Lancaster with a 58-50 victory over the hosts Lady Bruins in a Wednesday night non-region contest.

The victory was the second in a row for Von Duncan’s team, which hosts rival Camden tonight in a 6 p.m. contest.

Junior Aneka Dixon led L-E (2-1) with 20 points followed by senior Caressa Samuel with 15 and sophomore Dahiana Rodriguez with 14. Defensively, Quintella Alexander and Dorothy Fair owned the boards with 10 rebounds apiece.

The Lady Demons were "running a little slow, playing out of our game and trailed every quarter," Duncan said.

Getting a combined 39 points from three players in double figure, the Lugoff-Elgin girls’ basketball team avenged a season-opening loss to Lancaster with a 58-50 victory over the hosts Lady Bruins in a Wednesday night non-region contest.

The victory was the second in a row for Von Duncan’s team, which hosts rival Camden tonight in a 6 p.m. contest.

Junior Aneka Dixon led L-E (2-1) with 20 points followed by senior Caressa Samuel with 15 and sophomore Dahiana Rodriguez with 14. Defensively, Quintella Alexander and Dorothy Fair owned the boards with 10 rebounds apiece.

The Lady Demons were "running a little slow, playing out of our game and trailed every quarter," Duncan said.

The spark which the guest needed was provided by Rodriguez, who turned a pair of steals into layups and a put back to gave the Lady Demons "the motivation we needed to put the game back in perspective," Duncan said.

L-E scored 23 fourth quarter points while getting 25 points

Getting a combined 39 points from three players in double figure, the Lugoff-Elgin girls’ basketball team avenged a season-opening loss to Lancaster with a 58-50 victory over the hosts Lady Bruins in a Wednesday night non-region contest.

The victory was the second in a row for Von Duncan’s team, which hosts rival Camden tonight in a 6 p.m. contest.

Junior Aneka Dixon led L-E (2-1) with 20 points followed by senior Caressa Samuel with 15 and sophomore Dahiana Rodriguez with 14. Defensively, Quintella Alexander and Dorothy Fair owned the boards with 10 rebounds apiece.

The Lady Demons were "running a little slow, playing out of our game and trailed every quarter," Duncan said.

Getting a combined 39 points from three players in double figure, the Lugoff-Elgin girls’ basketball team avenged a season-opening loss to Lancaster with a 58-50 victory over the hosts Lady Bruins in a Wednesday night non-region contest.

The victory was the second in a row for Von Duncan’s team, which hosts rival Camden tonight in a 6 p.m. contest.

Junior Aneka Dixon led L-E (2-1) with 20 points followed by senior Caressa Samuel with 15 and sophomore Dahiana Rodriguez with 14. Defensively, Quintella Alexander and Dorothy Fair owned the boards with 10 rebounds apiece.

The Lady Demons were "running a little slow, playing out of our game and trailed every quarter," Duncan said.

The spark which the guest needed was provided by Rodriguez, who turned a pair of steals into layups and a put back to gave the Lady Demons "the motivation we needed to put the game back in perspective," Duncan said.

L-E scored 23 fourth quarter points while getting 25 points

Getting a combined 39 points from three players in double figure, the Lugoff-Elgin girls’ basketball team avenged a season-opening loss to Lancaster with a 58-50 victory over the hosts Lady Bruins in a Wednesday night non-region contest.

The victory was the second in a row for Von Duncan’s team, which hosts rival Camden tonight in a 6 p.m. contest.

Junior Aneka Dixon led L-E (2-1) with 20 points followed by senior Caressa Samuel with 15 and sophomore Dahiana Rodriguez with 14. Defensively, Quintella Alexander and Dorothy Fair owned the boards with 10 rebounds apiece.

The Lady Demons were "running a little slow, playing out of our game and trailed every quarter," Duncan said.

Getting a combined 39 points from three players in double figure, the Lugoff-Elgin girls’ basketball team avenged a season-opening loss to Lancaster with a 58-50 victory over the hosts Lady Bruins in a Wednesday night non-region contest.

The victory was the second in a row for Von Duncan’s team, which hosts rival Camden tonight in a 6 p.m. contest.

Junior Aneka Dixon led L-E (2-1) with 20 points followed by senior Caressa Samuel with 15 and sophomore Dahiana Rodriguez with 14. Defensively, Quintella Alexander and Dorothy Fair owned the boards with 10 rebounds apiece.

The Lady Demons were "running a little slow, playing out of our game and trailed every quarter," Duncan said.

The spark which the guest needed was provided by Rodriguez, who turned a pair of steals into layups and a put back to gave the Lady Demons "the motivation we needed to put the game back in perspective," Duncan said.

L-E scored 23 fourth quarter points while getting 25 points

Getting a combined 39 points from three players in double figure, the Lugoff-Elgin girls’ basketball team avenged a season-opening loss to Lancaster with a 58-50 victory over the hosts Lady Bruins in a Wednesday night non-region contest.

The victory was the second in a row for Von Duncan’s team, which hosts rival Camden tonight in a 6 p.m. contest.

Junior Aneka Dixon led L-E (2-1) with 20 points followed by senior Caressa Samuel with 15 and sophomore Dahiana Rodriguez with 14. Defensively, Quintella Alexander and Dorothy Fair owned the boards with 10 rebounds apiece.

The Lady Demons were "running a little slow, playing out of our game and trailed every quarter," Duncan said.

 

Getting a combined 39 points from three players in double figure, the Lugoff-Elgin girls’ basketball team avenged a season-opening loss to Lancaster with a 58-50 victory over the hosts Lady Bruins in a Wednesday night non-region contest.

The victory was the second in a row for Von Duncan’s team, which hosts rival Camden tonight in a 6 p.m. contest.

Junior Aneka Dixon led L-E (2-1) with 20 points followed by senior Caressa Samuel with 15 and sophomore Dahiana Rodriguez with 14. Defensively, Quintella Alexander and Dorothy Fair owned the boards with 10 rebounds apiece.

The Lady Demons were "running a little slow, playing out of our game and trailed every quarter," Duncan said.

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