Niagara Gazette — “It’s always tough coming off an emotional win like the one against Newfane the other night, but credit to the girls,” Baker said. “They battled through, scored double digits every quarter. It’s not a typical game for us, but you know you’re gonna have some of those. Sometimes you get out of there with a win and a wins and win.”
The Rams were led by Olivia Kelkenberg, who shot 7 for 7 from the free throw line but scored just 15 points following back-to-back 30-point games.
Curry scored nine points and had eight steals and four assists before exiting with her injury, which shouldn’t linger into Tuesday’s league game against Albion, Baker said.
The game was a “Pink Game,” helping to raise breast cancer awareness as part of Coaches Versus Cancer Week. All proceeds from the win were donated to the American Cancer Society.