Dublin's JV Girls hosted White Mountain School on Wednesday. In a very competitive game, WMS dominated the boards on both ends of the court, forcing Dublin to work harder around the perimeter. A defensive struggle through the first twenty-eight minutes, the game opened up at the end as each team's offense clicked into gear (and the defenses tired). For a while it seemed that whoever had the ball last would win. Dublin was able to eek out a victory that was much closer than its four-point margin of victory suggests. Both teams played their hearts out in what was probably the most hard-fought, evenly-matched game all year. Seo In Cho '18 was the leading scorer, with thirteen points. Mia Brady '18 (Hancock, NH) had an impressive defensive performance with four steals.