FORT WASHINGTON — Offense has been the calling card for the Germantown Academy girls basketball team all season long. The group averages just over 60 points a game and has three players that average double figure scoring. During the Feb. 1 matchup with The Baldwin School, the offense showed up per usual, but it was the Patriot defense that shut down the Bears.
Germantown Academy held Baldwin School to just 10 points on the night and came away with a 69-10 victory. In addition to flashing their ability on defense, the Patriots also showed off their depth with 54 points coming from the bench.
Leading that charge was Jessica Moore ’21. Moore recorded a double-double with 14 points and 10 rebounds. Becca Booth ’21 set a new season-high for points with 12 and added six rebounds. Also helping out on the boards was Caitlyn Priore ’20, who had seven, and Maddie Burns ’20 with 6.
The Patriots controlled the game from the start and led 54-10 entering the final quarter of play. In the fourth, GA outscored Baldwin, 15-0 and secured win number 20 on the year.
Germantown Academy is now 20-4 on the season and 8-0 in the Inter-Ac League. They will host Agnes Irwin School on Feb. 3 at 1:30 p.m.
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