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LADY CHICKEN HAWKS DOWN ALL-STARS

The Charlotte Amalie High School Lady Chicken Hawks beat up on the female all-stars of the Caribbean University Sports Association by a score of 58-35 Sunday afternoon, at the association's basketball tournament at the UVI Sports and Fitness Center.
The Lady Chicken Hawks proved to be too much for the Caribbean University all-stars. The All-Stars took a 16-10 lead after the first period only to see the Lady Chicken Hawks use their trademark full-court press to retake the lead and control the game in the second quarter. The stifling defense held the All-Stars to just two points in the second quarter.
The Lady Chicken Hawks took a 24-18 half time lead thanks to shooting 60 percent from the free throw line, as the All-Stars shot only two free throws and converted one.
In the third quarter, it was more of the same as the All-Stars doubled their offensive output with four points in the quarter. The Lady Chicken Hawks increased the lead to 20 points after the quarter making the score 42-22.
In the final quarter the All-Stars regained their offense scoring 13 points, but the Lady Chicken Hawks offense spotted an additional 16 points to end the scoring.
The Lady Chicken Hawks shot 34 percent in field goals and 55 percent from the charity line. The All-Stars were held to under 20 percent in field goals and 31 percent in free throws.
Top scorers for the game were Rena Stephens with 16 points for the Lady Chicken Hawks and Geralda Bamby had 12 to lead the All-Stars.

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The Charlotte Amalie High School Lady Chicken Hawks beat up on the female all-stars of the Caribbean University Sports Association by a score of 58-35 Sunday afternoon, at the association's basketball tournament at the UVI Sports and Fitness Center.
The Lady Chicken Hawks proved to be too much for the Caribbean University all-stars. The All-Stars took a 16-10 lead after the first period only to see the Lady Chicken Hawks use their trademark full-court press to retake the lead and control the game in the second quarter. The stifling defense held the All-Stars to just two points in the second quarter.
The Lady Chicken Hawks took a 24-18 half time lead thanks to shooting 60 percent from the free throw line, as the All-Stars shot only two free throws and converted one.
In the third quarter, it was more of the same as the All-Stars doubled their offensive output with four points in the quarter. The Lady Chicken Hawks increased the lead to 20 points after the quarter making the score 42-22.
In the final quarter the All-Stars regained their offense scoring 13 points, but the Lady Chicken Hawks offense spotted an additional 16 points to end the scoring.
The Lady Chicken Hawks shot 34 percent in field goals and 55 percent from the charity line. The All-Stars were held to under 20 percent in field goals and 31 percent in free throws.
Top scorers for the game were Rena Stephens with 16 points for the Lady Chicken Hawks and Geralda Bamby had 12 to lead the All-Stars.