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January 31, 2013

Stratford falls on the road at Dibble

marie@pvdemocrat.com — The Lady Bulldogs of Stratford jumped out early on the Dibble Lady Demons leading by seven points. Dibble fought back with a big second quarter and never let up beating Stratford 61-48.

Stratford held an 18-7 first quarter lead and looked to be rolling to another win. Dibble had other ideas as they cut the lead to two by halftime and used that momentum in the second half to roll to the win.

Hatter paced the Lady Bulldogs with 15 points and Barrett added 14. Davenport had 6, Weast 5, Fulp 3, Tice 2, Parker 2 and McKinnney 1 to round out the Stratford scoring.

Brum and Baker shared scoring honors for Dibble scoring 18 apiece while Parker added 17.

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