Women’s Basketball: Chesapeake tops Potomac State

KEYSER, W.Va. — Chesapeake’s Donae Moquel led a balanced attack with 19 points and the Skipjacks held off Potomac State in the final minutes for a 66-58 victory in junior college women’s basketball Sunday afternoon.

Moquel made eight field goals and all three of her free throws for Chesapeake (17-3), which also got 11 points from

Carle Marfe and 10 each from Daira Simmons and Natesha Riley.

Chelsea Keyser had a game-high 20 points for Potomac State (14-3). Antwayne Parks had 13 points, seven rebounds and three assists, Elizabeth Mills eight points and eight rebounds, Lexie Carr eight points and four assists and Leah Hershberger seven points and four assists for the Catamounts.

Keyser made five of Potomac State’s eight three-point goals. The Catamounts led by as many as nine points in the first half, but the Skipjacks led 29-28 at the break, which was their only lead of the first half.

The second half went back and forth, with each team building nine-point leads. Potomac State got to within three points in the late stages, but Chesapeake hit several free throws in the final minute to preserve its win.

Potomac State will play its final home game of the season today, at 5 p.m., against CCAC South.