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The Hawks are on the right path with several outstanding moments.

The Hawks are on the right path with several outstanding moments.

Game one: Chabot 75-42

Chabot jumped out to a 21 point lead by halftime and never looked back. The Hawks did not have a 3 point basket going 0-9 while only shooting 24% from the field overall. Deija Ward led the way with 7 points with Akila Britton and Yvonne Taylor each added 6. QuoQuese Jackson and Trina Shaner chipped in with 5 each. Taylor was the leading rebounder with 5 and four Hawks had 4 each.

Game two: CRC 81-67

Against Porterville the Hawks had one bad quarter, the second where they were outscored by 12 points. Even with a nine point deficit at halftime, the Hawks kept to the plan and roared back in the third quarter and trailed by just one going into the fourth quarter. The fourth was when the Hawks wrapped up the contes as the outscored the Pirates by a 23-8 margin for the fourteen point victory. 

Gina Ingravallo led the Hawks with 24 points and 8 steals. Taneisha Dyer had her highest scoring night on the season with 17 points and Daija Ward followed closely with 15 points, 7 rebounds and 5 steals. The trio of Ingravallo, Dyer, and Ward were 21-37 from the field for the game as the Hawks shot 47& for the game as a team. Trina Shaner added 13 points for the Hawks.

Game three: San Mateo 49-47

A cold third quarter doomed the Hawks as they were outscore 13-5 in that period taking the two point loss. Trina Shaner led the Hawks with 15 points making 3-9 three pointers for the night. Gina Ingravallo was the only other Hawk in double figures with 12 points. Four Hawks had three rebounds each as CRC was outrebounded by a 48-16 margin.

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