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Defense, hot shooting lead Punxsy over Clearfield

December 16, 2013

Punxsy's Allison Fye (with ball) drives baseline around a Clearfield defender during the Lady Chucks' 66-24 win over the Lady Bisons. Photo by Michael Waterloo of The Spirit.

PUNXSUTAWNEY — As of late, the Lady Chucks had been struggling from the field in back-to-back games against Brookville and Keystone.

Head Coach Randy Reitz preached the importance of sticking with it, because the shots have to eventually fall.

In Monday's 66-24 win over Clearfield, all of the shots went Punxsy's way.

"I think playing at home with familiar surroundings gave us some confidence," Reitz said. "When you knock down the first two or three jump shots, it's a lot easier to play this game."

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