Re: Late layup lifts Orangewood Academy to 59-58 victory over Etiwanda

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Posted by parent on February 02, 2020 at 20:02:01:

In Reply to: Late layup lifts Orangewood Academy to 59-58 victory over Etiwanda posted by Erik Boal on January 25, 2020 at 21:25:28:

: Sofia Saldivar scored a layup with 7 seconds remaining to lift host Orangewood Academy to a 59-58 nonleague victory Saturday over Etiwanda.

: It was a significant turnaround for Orangewood Academy (19-5), ranked No. 19 in the state by Cal-Hi Sports, following Monday's 59-54 home loss to No. 18 Chaminade (17-6).

: Saldivar finished with 9 points for Orangewood Academy, which prevailed against No. 6 Etiwanda (20-4) for the first time in three all-time meetings.

: Sydney Gandy led the Spartans with 17 points and Elodie Lalotte added 15 points for Orangewood Academy, which led 46-41 entering the fourth quarter.

: Daisia Mitchell led the Eagles with 13 points, Jessica Peterson contributed 12 points and Breanne Ha added 11 points for Etiwanda, which rallied from a 53-49 deficit with 5 minutes remaining to take a 56-55 lead with 3:25 left on a layup by Joy Campbell.

: Gandy helped the Spartans regain the advantage 57-56 on a floater in the key with 3 minutes left, before Etiwanda took its final lead at 58-57 with 1:11 left on a steal and layup by Peterson.

: The Eagles had a chance to add to their advantage in the final minute, but Mitchell missed the front end of a 1-and-1 free-throw situation. Etiwanda still had possession with 25 seconds left, but Orangewood Academy forced a turnover, which led to a fast break and the deciding basket by Saldivar.

: Campbell shot a free-throw line jumper just before time expired, but the shot caromed off the rim, allowing the Spartans to win for the 12th time in their past 13 contests.

: Orangewood Academy has another significant nonleague game Feb. 4 against Palisades (14-8), which only lost 51-49 to Chaminade on Saturday.

: Etiwanda concludes its regular season with four Baseline League opponents, looking to add to its 95-game league winning streak since 2011, the longest active run in among CIF-Southern Section girls programs.

You forgot they still had a home game against The Prep. THEY LOST 52 TO 50

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