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Great stretch for Lady Blue Devils


Last week, the Blue Devil ladies traveled to East Hampton and then hosted Westbrook, winning fairly easily each time.

East Hampton did take a brief 7-5 lead early, but two Kim Romanoff free throws tied the game, and a Morgan Kuehnle bucket put the Devils on top for good.

The Devils led 14-7 at the end of the first period, and allowed the Bellringers to get close by halftime, 21-18.

But the locals would extend their lead to 35-26 entering the final period and coasted to a 40-28 win.

Kuehnle led the team in scoring with 19, rebounding with seven, and steals with five. Romanoff added nine points, and led the team in assists with four to go along with four steals. Caryn Sibiskie had five rebounds, two points and two blocks. Audrey Arcari contributed five rebounds, and added three points, three steals and three assists. Naomi Rinaldo had four rebounds, three points and two steals. Allison Luther and Sydney Trusty each added two points.

The Westbrook game was a wire-to-wire win for the Devils, as they led 40-11 entering the final period against a White Knight team that had problems finding the bottom of the net.

Coach Nick Economopoulos cleared his bench in the final period, which allowed Westbrook to finally get some scoring in, resulting in the final score of 49-26.

Kuehnle was again the top scorer, with 17 points, and the top rebounder with eight. Luther and Larissa Cade each scored five points, as a total of 12 different Coginchaug players graced the scoring column.

With the rout, Coginchaug improved to 11-3 (10-2 Shoreline Conference).



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