From the opening tip the Bombardiers were in the drivers seat. Kerri Beland scored on a lay up, 5 points by Emily Houle and a basket by Kim Runey gave Attleboro a 9-0 lead. It wasn’t until 3:08 remaining in the first period that Canton got into the scoring column and the Bulldogs were only able to put up 2 more points before the end of the quarter. The Bombardiers held an 11-4 advantage.
The next 8 minute segment saw Attleboro score 19 points, including 8 by Houle and 5 by Runey. The half ended with the girls in blue holding a commanding 30-10 lead.
Beth Clifton scored on a put back to open the second half scoring for Attleboro and baskets by Runey, Beland, Houle and a free throw by Bri LaPlume increased Attleboro’s lead to 41-17, at the end of the third period.
Coach Traversi substituted freely during the final stanza and baskets by LaPlume, Emma Vlashi, free throws by Sarah Deyo and a 3 at the buzzer by Houle capped off the Bombardier victory.
Sophomore Emily Houle led the victors with 18 points and 10 rebounds, in addition to shooting 60% from behind the arc! Kerri Beland contributed 8 points, 4 rebounds and 4 assists. Adding to the Bombardier victory was Bri LaPlume, once again a force inside, pulling down 13 rebounds, handing out 5 assists and adding 6 points. Beth Clifton had 6 offensive boards and 6 points. Attleboro was once again successful at the free throw line, shooting 12-16.
The Bombardiers now stand at 4-3, 2-2 in league play. On Tuesday they will entertain King Philip, with a starting time of 6:30.