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Lack of Defensive Stops Cost The Pioneers

Lack of Defensive Stops Cost The Pioneers

FORT PIERCE, FL - Indian River Women's Basketball were defeated by Daytona State in a third-round matchup. In the first quarter, the Falcons went on a 10-0 run in the last two minutes that caused the Pioneers to play from behind all night. After several attempts to cut the lead, the Pioneers lost 83-78.

"We struggled to get defensive stops late in the fourth that hurt us. When everyone is fighting for a spot in the state tournament, we have to lock in for 40 minutes," Coach Robinson noted.

The Pioneers had four players in double digits: Sophomore point guard Dyanna Maxey (22 points, seven rebounds), Sophomore guard Kailyn Peters (18 points, four rebounds), Sophomore shooting guard Brialle Washington (17 points), and Freshman guard Jordan Boddie (10 points).

With the lost, the Pioneers currently sit in fourth place in Citrus Conference play. 


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