Wednesday night, Springbrook showed up at Seneca Valley, looking for a win. Seneca Valley started out and pretty much held the lead until the 4th quarter. Springbrooks come back was led by #32 Capree Garner, and #23 Jasmin Dancy. Seneca Valleys strong start was led by #Bridget Rothert, #12 Sarah Orr, #10 Marissa Rakow, but the three of them could not hold off the Springbrook resurgence to tie the game. Once overtime started Springbrook never looked back and took the win.
Seneca Valley Stats: #12 Sarah Orr, 12 points, 4 steals, 2 rebounds, #4 Alicia Mills, 3 rebounds, #14 Juanita Craig, 1 point, 1 steal, 4 rebounds, #24 Charlotte Cunningham, 3 points, 1 steal, 3 rebounds, #10 Marissa Rakow, 6 points, 7 rebounds, #44 Erin Gary, 6 points, 6 rebounds, #23 Bridget Rothert, 23 points, 2 steals, 5 rebounds, #54 Ceayra Brown, 1 rebound, #2 Taylor Wimbush, 1 rebound
Springbrook Stats: #34 Jessica Brooks, 8 points, 2 steals, 9 rebounds, #44 Fredlyne Pierre-Paul, 7 rebounds, #23 Jasmin Dancy, 13 points, 1 steal, 12 rebounds, #12 Alice Kong, 9 points, 1 steal, 2 rebounds, #32 Capree Garner, 19 points, 3 steal, 9 rebounds, #10 Paige Torey, 5 points, 1 rebound, #42 Nolita Jervier, 1 rebound, #25 Lauren Moore, 2 points
Final Score Springbrook 58 Seneca Valley 54
After the Game Coaches Corner:
Springbrook’s Tonya Banks said after the game, the defense made this happen, and after being asked what was said at 1/2 time, Tonya responded, that it came from the players, one of the 1/2 time locker room comments came from Capree Garner “we did not come out here for nothing, we got to get this”
Seneca Valleys Todd Bumgardner said when asked what happened. “We played pretty well, but we got killed on the board” “Lots of their interior points in the 2nd half were inside” “we don’t have much height, but we got to keep working on boxen out and rebounding. It just hurt us tonight.
Story and Stats by Donald
Photos taken by Jeffrey Vogt of the event can be viewed and purchased at