With a huge first quarter, St. Joseph’s Catholic Academy put away Harrisburg Academy 40-27 Saturday.
The Lady Wolves raced to a 19-6 lead in the opening eight minutes, and after the margin was cut to six by halftime, St. Joe’s raced ahead agin with a 13-1 run in the third quarter.
“We were focused and ready to play,” coach Katie Sosnoskie said. “We were coming off a good win against Grace Prep (Friday). They were aggressive and they were excited to play a home game.”
Janina Romero led St. Joe’s (3-5) with 21 points, while Tachae Range’s 14 points paced Harrisburg.
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