Women's Basketball: Balanced attack leads Catamounts to win

KEYSER, W.V. — Potomac State made a nice run in the second half to go ahead by 12 after CCAC-Allegheny had tied the score, and eventually held on to come away with a 62-56 victory Monday at the Dana Lough Gymnasium in JUCO women’s basketball action.

Heather Lesniowski
Heather Lesniowski

Heather Lesniowski and Jenna McAtee both scored 14 points to lead the Catamounts, with McAtee hitting a pair of three-point goals. Morgan Wright scored 13 points and had 12 rebounds for Potomac State, while McAtee came up with seven steals.

Potomac State led most of the game, including 29-26 at the half, before Allegheny tied the score at 45. The Cats, however, then built a 12-point lead to create the needed cushion to go on to win the game.

Allegheny was led by Carissa Lee with 18 points, Arabia Brooks-Porter with 15 and Taylor Smith 14.

Potomac State (6-15) will host CCAC Boyce Wednesday at 5 p.m.