NBIAA Final 12

Harvey Proves No Lead is Safe, Upsets Southern Vic

Harvey came out ice cold in the first half but give the TD Station crowd another miracle come from behind win with a dominant 2nd half to pick up their 11th single A girls title

The Vikes came out hot as they outscore the #2 ranked Harvey Lakers in the first quarter 24 – 13. The onslaught continued in the second frame, as Souther Vic put up another 14 points, while allowing only 8 from the Lakers. Southern Vic lead 38 – 19 at the half.

Harvey were not ready to give up just yet, and in the 3rd it would be Harvey that found some life, and that life energized the Harvey faithful in the stands. The Lakers get back in it with an amazing 23 – 6 quarter. It is 44 – 42 for Southern Vic with 10 minutes remaining in regulation. Harvey’s momentum continued into the 4th as they outscored the Vikings 19 – 6 in the period and complete their comeback with the 61 – 50 victory and the Girls A Championship.

Harvey were led by NBIAA All-Star and Player of The Game, Delaney MacElwain as she scored 17 points and 12 rebounds for the double-double. Maddy Fraser-Cole helped out with 15 points, 7 rebounds and 4 steals, while NBIAA All-Star Riley DeMerchant chipped in with 14 points and 5 steals.

Southern Victoria were led by their NBIAA All-Star Kalie St. Peter as she scored 16 points and Sydney Post put up 11 points and added 11 rebounds for the double-double.

Congratulations to the Harvey Lakers on their Girls A Championship win!!!

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