|LadyCats survive vs. St. John’s|
|Written by Jim Metcalfe|
|Wednesday, February 13, 2013 5:03 PM|
The other way was that defenses ruled the day and made it difficult for the offenses to get any clean looks. As usual, somewhere in the middle was the reality as the LadyCats survived a 29-23 victory over the Lady Blue Jays at The Wildcat Den.
The stats don’t lie: the Blue Jays (8-13) canned a cold 9-of-35 shots (2-of-14 downtown) for 25.7 percent versus Kalida’s full-court trapping defense and man half-court scheme versus a slightly “warmer” 10-of-35 for the LadyCats (13-7), including 5-of-17 3-balls, for 28.6 percent against the Jays’ man-to-man.
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