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Westwood had two great back-to-back days

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On Monday, February 17, 2014: Westwood High School defeated Ramapo, 47-36, in high school girls' basketball. On Tuesday, Feb. 18, Westwood defeated Fort Lee High School, 56-32.

Against Ramapo, Westwood led at the end of the first quarter, 17-9. At the half time, they led 29-12. Jaide Hinds-Clarke had 14 points at the half.

At the end of the third quarter, Westwood led 37-21. Both Jaide Hinds-Clarke and Samantha McClutchy fouled out in the fourth quarter and Ramapo began to make a comeback. Karlie Brogan did a great job of playing the point and looking for scoring opportunities. She finished with 15 points.

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Westwood Stats

  • Jaide Hinds-Clarke - 15 points, 7 rebounds, 5 steals
  • Samantha McClutchy - 11 points, 13 rebounds
  • Rachel Mosca - 8 points
  • Emily Molk - 6 points, 8 rebounds, 3 assists
  • Noelle Cobin - 6 points, 5 rebounds

Ramapo Stats

  • Kasey Finn - 9 points
  • Karlie Brogan - 15 points
  • Emily Calabrese - 8 points
  • Marina Pappas - 2 points
  • Sophia Caride - 2 points

Against Fort Lee, Westwood had a few great highlights.

  • Rachel Mosca hit five three-pointers.
  • In just the first half, Jaide Hinds-Clarke had 19 points.


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