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Short-handed Ravens fall short in Classic opener

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WILMINGTON – Freshman Hannah Garbowski scored 17 of her 18 points in the first half to propel Delaware Military Academy to a 44-38 win over St. Thomas More in the opening game of the 2013 Diamond State Classic, the girls’ high school basketball tournament held annually at the St. E Center. The game was part of the New Castle Insurance Cup bracket.
With her team trailing by a 6-2 score halfway through the first quarter, Garbowski set up shop on the left baseline, hitting two three-point shots and another field goal to give the Seahawks the lead at 10-6. They never trailed again, although short-handed St. Thomas More kept the game close throughout. Garbowski added nine points in the second quarter as DMA built a 30-24 halftime lead.
Neither team shot well in the second half, with each scoring just 14 points after the break. Alexa Schimp led the Ravens’ comeback attempt in the half, scoring 11 of her team’s 14 points. She tied Garbowski for scoring honors with 18. St. Thomas More played the game with just six players.
Alena Foley added 11 for DMA (4-1), which will play Harriton (Pa.) High School Saturday at 4 p.m. for the bracket championship. The Ravens (2-3) meet Caesar Rodney at 10:45 a.m. Saturday.