Girls’ Varsity Basketball Fights The Lions

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Girls’ Varsity Basketball Fights The Lions

Emma Jablow

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Baltimore is known for its fierce rivalries, from the Ravens and the Steelers to the Orioles and the Yankees, and let’s not forget one of the most intense rivalries of all: Towson and Dulaney.

This year, the Towson Girls’ Varsity Basketball Team defeated the Dulaney Girls in a thrilling game on Dulaney’s home court, proving once and for all which school really is the best.

Played in December, the game was a pivotal moment for the Girls’ Varsity Basketball Team. The game was a nail-biter, ending with a final score of 44 to 43. Towson managed to barely scrape by with a victory.

Seniors Shelby Fragetta and Carolina Rutz agreed that the game against Dulaney was the most memorable part of the season: Shelby described the moment as “beating Dulaney in their house in front of a packed gym.” Winning against Dulaney was especially momentous for the seniors because it would be the last time that they would play Dulaney. Carolina was proud of her performance, including her two foul shots.

After beating Dulaney, the Lady Generals were fired up for the rest of their season. They continued on the road to victory, winning their next five games against Pikesville, Loch Raven, Kenwood, Carver, and Lansdowne. They ended their regular season with a record of thirteen wins and only six losses.

The Towson Girls started their post-season playsoffs with a game against Westminster High School on Wednesday, March 4. And even though they lost to Westminster, the Towson Girls have a lot to be proud of this season.

Photo Credit: Carolina Rutz

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