Live Blog from Wellesley

Happy Thanksgiving! We are underway here at the Keohane Sports Center. The Camels just took a 12-11 lead with a three from Tori Verrengia. There is 13:26 remaining in the opening half. Jenn Shinall knocked down another three-ball and the Camels have opened up a 15-11 advantage with 12:07 remaining. Wellesley just took a time out. The Blue carry a 20-19 edge with 7:41 to go. Shinall just stole the ball and went in for a deuce plus one on the line. We are all knotted up at 22 with 5:30 to go. Wellesley will take a 26-25 lead into the break. Shinall leads all scorers will 11 points. Bradie Hutchinson has five for the Camels. We are waiting here for the start of the second half. Bradie Hutchinson has her own section here of followers who have spelled out B-R-A-D-I-E in their blue shirts. The novice rowing coach for Wellesley also happens to be a talented percussionist, who has been firing up the crowd on his drum set at mid-court. We are just about to get underway here in the second half. The Camels will get the ball first. Ashleigh Sargent just banked in a runner to put Wellesley on top 30-25. The Blue are holding on to a 30-27 lead with 16:28 remaining. Verrengia just layed one in to pull the Camels to within one at 32-31. After a defensive stop, Verrengia just put the Camels on top 34-32 with a three from the right side. Wellesley just regained a 37-34 lead with a three from Becca Kimaball. Shinall just dropped in another three and now has 16 points in the game. Wellesley is clinging to a 41-37 lead. Wellesley has found some breathing room. Elisha Orama knocked down a triple from the top of the key to make it a 46-37 game. Wellesley has opened up a 51-39 lead with 5:24 remaining. Shinall just knocked down a three from the right side to make it a 51-42 game. Wellesley is starting to pull away. The hosts carry a 58-42 advantage with 2:36 remaining. Wellesley wins this one 61-44. Shinall poured in 21 to lead the Camels while Shinall finished with eight points. The Camels will play three more games in their busiest week of the season. Tuesday night, the Camels will travel across the state to meet Western Connecticut State for a 6:00 p.m. game in Danbury.

November 28, 2010

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