Dublin girls basketball won a great game on the road Wednesday, defeating Brimmer and May, 50-46. Coming into the day, Brimmer and May was ranked 5th in NEPSAC's Class E, Dublin 11th. Dublin, however, was severely shorthanded, as only six players were available to make the trip down to Chestnut Hill, Massachusetts. That didn't stop the visitors from coming out firing, knocking down four three-pointers on the way to a 33-13 halftime lead. A terrific rebounding effort by senior co-captain Hannah Spindler '19 helped shut down Brimmer's scoring attack, and Mia Fantauzzi '22 scored 16 of her team-high 18 points in the first half. The home team came roaring back in the second period, capitalizing on Dublin's turnovers in the backcourt and closing within 46-44 with three minutes remaining in the game. Clutch baskets by Josie Switzer '21 sealed the victory, however, sending Dublin to its third consecutive victory.
Dublin (8-6, 3-0 RVAL) hosts league rival Putney on Saturday 2/9 at 4:00 p.m.