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Long-range shooting lifts David Douglas to win

MHC GIRLS HOOPS - Scots dig out of early 10-4 hole to beat Centennial
by: David Ball Katie Todd of David Douglas, 13, looks for an open passing lane Tuesday night against Centennial’s Megan Dailey.

David Douglas had reason to be nervous when Centennial put up 10 quick points in the first quarter Tuesday night, but the butterflies quickly went away when the Eagles lost their shooting touch during a 41-26 loss to the Scots.

The Eagles seemed ready to turn in a big night after sisters Megan Dailey and Melissa Dailey connected on back-to-back 3s for a 10-4 lead.

'I was really nervous after that because Centennial usually does a good job sitting on a lead,' Scots coach Mike Costello said. 'But we started getting a hand up on their shooters and rebounded the ball really well.'

The Scots recovered quickly, finishing the first period on a nine-point run that ended with Mercede Johnson swishing a 3 from the top for a 13-10 lead.

Look for the full story, along with updated MHC standings, in the Feb. 22, edition of The Outlook