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Warriors dump Bridgeport

 

PCM / For The Sun-Telegraph

Natalie Cruise beats her mark and heads toward the paint.

For the first nine minutes it looked as though it could be a long night for the Warriors.

But as the second quarter got underway, Leyton turned up the heat offensively and clamped down on the other end of the court to wrest control over the Bridgeport Bulldogs and claim a 44-37 decision in a non-district battle on the road Tuesday night.

Though opening the second half the Bulldogs threatened to undo all the Warriors hard work of the previous period, Leyton turned back the brief challenge after withstanding the opponent's 7-0 run.

The win advanced the Leyton record to 4-5, while they maintai...



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