Balanced Round Lake routs Northtown

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ROUND LAKE 57, NORTHTOWN 24

THE SKINNY

Round Lake improved to 4-19 by dominating Northtown (10-12)

THE TURNING POINT

After taking a 12-7 lead after one quarter, the Panthers outscored the Pumas 27-5 in the middle two quarters to put the game away.

THE STAR

Junior guard Mike Crisantos led a balanced attack with 14 points.

BY THE NUMBERS

Nine different Round Lake players scored, with senior Justice Clark getting 12. Michelle Buckham had 14 points for Northtown.

QUOTABLE

“The thing we take away from this is that we’re very happy for the girls. Nine of 11 scored. It may not show in our scores, but all of them have worked very hard. They don’t miss practice. They stay after and take extra shots, so we’re happy for them.” — Round Lake coach Howard Conkling

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