The women’s basketball team crushed the El Camino Warriors on Wednesday night, as the Lancers won by 31-points and came away with their 13th win this season. The final score was 72-41.
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The women’s basketball team crushed the El Camino Warriors on Wednesday night, as the Lancers won by 31-points and came away with their 13th win this season. The final score was 72-41.

The Lancers traded points with the Warriors for the first 10 minutes of the first half, but ended the half up by 14-points. “The team played pretty well,” said Head Coach Joe Peron. “Tyler Crockom played really well out there and surprised me.” Crockom ended the game with nine points and eight rebounds.

“It was a good game,” said Shay Jackson, who had an all around game with 10-points, six-assists and six-rebounds. “We played a lot better in the second half.”

PCC came out in the second half with ‘great’ intensity and soon they were up by more than 20, but even with a huge lead, the Warriors never stopped being aggressive and physical.

“You get pushed around a lot in the block,” said Kaitlyn Parks. “It gets tiring, but you have to push past that and play the game.” Parks had another big game for the Lancers with 18-points and 16-rebounds.

It was no problem for PCC to get to the rim, as four Lancer players got to double-digits in points. Sabrina Martinez had 10 points and five steals, while three-point specialist Stella Ghazarian had11 points and three assists

“Our team played an all around good game,” said Ghazarian. “ We got tired towards the end, but I don’t think it showed. We are pushed to the brink in practices for this reason. It helps us late in games.”

The one disappointing part on the Lancers side of the stats would have to be their free throws. They were 11-22 from behind that line. “We’ll get better with time,” said Peron. “Just need to work on that more in practice.”

The win came on the night that Peron was handed a game ball for reaching the 400th win in his career at PCC. “I’m glad this team got me there,” said Peron. “I hope I’m able to get to five or six hundred wins in the coming years.”

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