Danbury girls stand in second place in the TAAC

    Danbury 59, Old Fort 29

    Danbury took a 9-5 lead after one quarter and held a 23-12 advantage at halftime before taking control by outscoring Old Fort, 36-17, in the second half to defeat the Stockaders, 59-29, in non-conference action.
    Alyssa Almendinger led all scorers with 16 points and Megan Stephens chipped in with nine.  Bell had 11 points to lead Old Fort.

    Danbury 45, Northwood 13

    The Lakers won their third consecutive conference game, defeating Northwood, 45-13, behind a 13-0 first-quarter run.
    After taking a 20-5 halftime lead, Danbury put the game away with a 15-4 advantage in the third quarter to make it 35-9.
    Cassidy Rhodes led all scorers with 10, Erin Lavelle finished with nine, all of them coming on three-pointers, and Stephanie Kukay chipped in with eight.
    Dominique Cruz led the Rangers with five points.

    With four games left in the season, the Lakers are currently 9-8 and 8-2 in the TAAC, good enough for second place. Danbury, which is two games behind Toledo Christian (10-0), stands one game in front of Ottawa Hills (9-6, 7-3 TAAC) and Cardinal Stritch (8-7, 6-4 TAAC).
    The Lakers have two road games coming up, one with Stritch (Thursday) and the other with TC (Saturday).

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