C-SD girls overpowered by Parkside, 53-15

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Special to The Dorchester Banner/Dave Ryan The Cambridge-South Dorchester High School girls’ varsity basketball team faced the Parkside High School Rams on Dec. 17. Vikings on defense from the left are Aisha Wright, Paige Bleyer, Jazhane Butler and Dazjane Johnson.

 

CAMBRIDGE — The Cambridge-South Dorchester High School girls varsity basketball team was overpowered at home Dec. 17 by a talented 2A Parkside squad, 53-15.

The visitors came to play, and jumped out to an early lead, with the score 11-0 at the 5:15 mark of the first quarter. At the end of the period, it was 16-4, with the Vikings tally featuring a three-pointer by senior Aliyah Collins.

In the second quarter, Rams steals and ball handling skills lead to lay-ups and an increasing lead. The end of the half revealed 30-6 Parkside advantage, with Paige Bleyer having sunk the only basket for the Vikings.

The visitors continued to dominate in the second half, as the C-SD girls struggled to get their offense going. In the third period, JaZhana Butler scored, and in the fourth, RonQuisha Pritchett got two buckets, while Collins added another.

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