Frosh-Soph basketball team defeats Oceana Sharks

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The Girls Frosh-Soph Basketball team took control of the game from the start to finish beating the Oceana Sharks with a final score of 32-15.

With amazing team work from starters Ahna Kay, Hannah Wright, Vianka Adamovitch, Caitlin Caslow, and Megan Olazar, they finished the first quarter 13-4 Carlmont. Lady Scots kept their game up and only allowed the sharks to score 2 points to end the second quarter 19-6. Starting the 3rd quarter off with a basket from Wright, the girls continued the streak to end the third 30-12. The team easily closed the game off winning 32-15.

Ahna Kay defending her opponent

Ahna Kay defending her opponent

“I’m really pleased how my team played again. We had good team work, and our strong defense led the team to a victory tonight,” said Coach Eric Caslow.

With Caitlin Caslow leading the team in rebounds, Kay leading the team in steals, and Wright leading the team in points, the Frosh-Soph team was able to find their rhythm and dominate the Oceana Sharks.

“Everyone played well as a team, and I feel really good about the game,” said Kay.

“It wasn’t a perfect game, but it’s only the beginning of the season. I’m excited to where my girls are going to go by the end of the season,” Caitlin Caslow said.

The girls also found out how important communication on the court was in a game as well. Adamovitch said,” we called out for help when we needed it and it really allowed to score more points off of rebounds.”

The girls look forward to their next match and winning the Peninsula Athletic League (PAL) championship at the end of the season.

“The team really came together in the third quarter, and each player on the court helped each other out,” said Olazar.

The Frosh-Soph team’s next game is against Yerba Buena on Saturday at Carlmont High School.

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