LADY GOBLINS TAKE CONTROL WITH BIG RUN

Lady Goblins take control with big run

JEFF BRASEL

Harrison Daily Times | 1/6/2020

PHOTO CREDIT: Lee Dunlap

It was the last non-conference game before the 4A-1 starts for the Lady Goblins of Harrison.

When the squad got ready to flex its muscles, the Lady Goblins roared to a 58-43 win over Providence Academy of Rogers.

Harrison had taken a commanding 16-point lead in the second period at 30-14. However, the squad didn’t score again during the last 5:59 of the frame to allow the Lady Patriots to pull within, 30-25, at halftime.

Four straight free throws by Harrison — two by Marion Groberg and two by Mariah Hudson — to start the second half gave Harrison a nine-point lead.

The Lady Patriots scored the next five points to pull as close as they would get the rest of the night at 34-30.


Harrison scored the next 17 points over a 4:01 stretch to take control of the game.

Caroline Cecil started the streak with a 3-pointer. Brynn Oleson had four straight free throws before Hudson drained a trey.

Oleson scored after collecting an offensive rebound. Kenzie Parker continued the streak with a free throw as Groberg and Hudson finished the streak with two points each.

Providence scored to set the third period scoring at 51-32 entering the fourth period.

With 1:45 left in the first period, Providence held its only lead of the night, 14-13.

Harrison then ripped off the next 16 points.

Groberg started the run that was followed by two free throws from Madison Bell. Camryn Casey ended the frame with a bucket to give Harrison a 19-14 lead.

Groberg started the the second with a three-point play. Parker then hit two free throws and stole a Lady Patriot pass to produce a layup.

Groberg and Hudson teamed up again for the next four points with each getting two of those. Harrison led 30-14 at the half.

The Lady Goblins will be back in action on Tuesday night as Shiloh Christian comes to town.

Harrison is 1-0 in 4A-1 action.

Leading Harrison in scoring was Groberg with 15 points. Parker added 12, Cecil 10, Hudson nine, Oleson six, Bell four and Casey two.

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