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Warriors upended by foul shots, Hemingford


The whistle was as much a part of Saturday’s game as the jump shot. In the first quarter alone, Leyton and Hemingford combined for 15 fouls, compared to 18 points.

Unfortunately for the host Warriors, 14 of those precious points belonged to Hemingford, who handed Leyton a 50-31 loss.

“It was their defense,” Dani McKay said, explaining the outcome. “They’re quick and they’re tough.”

Quickness was only evident in briefs spurts, however. From the start, infractions set the pace. Less than half a minute from the tip, contact by the Bobcats’ Cali Rohrbouck sent Diedra Waite to th...

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