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Girls Basketball

Game Gets Away From Santa Barbara High Girls in 3rd Quarter

Santa Barbara High experienced another bad third quarter in a non-league girls basketball loss to Orangewood Academy at the Ventura Showcase on Saturday.

The Dons trailied 25-15 at halftime and got outscored 22-11 in the third quarter. On Thursday, they were outscored 27-2 in the third against Ventura.

Kristen Sullivan scored 13 points and Cassandra Gordon had 10 to lead the Dons (12-10). Sophia Torres grabbed 10 rebounds,

Santa Barbara struggled against Orangewood’s pressure defense and turned the ball over 33 times.

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