The Dublin Girls' Varsity basketball team travelled to Providence RI to take on the defending NEPSAC Class E champions. The game quickly became one of records for the Dublin girls: most points scored in a game, most 3-pointers made in a game (13), most points scored by a single player (Stella Davis (Dublin, NH) '18 - 39 points). Providence came out strong and put on an early press, taking Dublin by surprise. Dublin adjusted, figuring out how to beat it and earned some easy baskets. Early in the first half Stella Davis started to heat up, ending the first half with 22 points. Providence tried to stop her in the second half, which allowed Bette Imhoff (Dublin, NH) '18 open looks at the basket. Imhoff earned 18 of her 24 points in the second half.
This, however, was a team effort. Katia Dermott '17 worked to contain Providence's top offensive players, contesting every shot and fought on the boards for rebounds. Shaneil Wynter (Brooklyn, NY) '17 and Clare Fowler (Greenwich, NY) '18 rounded out Dublin's inside game drawing fouls, pulling down defensive rebounds, and cleaning up offensive misses. Sabrina Hayden (Marlborough, NH) '17 not only worked the ball around the perimeter to get the ball into Davis's and Imhoff's hot hands, but she also looked for her own shot, contributing 6 points to the team's total.