St. Paul girls get one back against Seymour

St. Paul girls basketball beat Seymour 61-44 on Saturday and paid
the Wildcats back for a loss earlier this season. (Copyright, Sports on CT-69, 2017 file)

St. Paul girls basketball paid Seymour back for a recent loss by claiming a 61-44 home victory on Saturday in Bristol.
The Falcons improved to 14-2 on the season. Morgan Kolb led all scorers with 16 points, and she had plenty of help from her teammates. Emma Cretella filled the stat sheet with 13 points, six assists and seven steals. Molly Hooks tallied 13 points and Jade Udoh added 12 points and five rebounds. Catherine Ciampi provided some good minutes for St. Paul.
The Falcons are tied with the Holy Cross Crusaders for the best record in the NVL at 13-1. In the Copper Division, St. Paul is even with Seymour at 4-1.