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Lady Titans Fall To Broward College Seahawks

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On January 28th, the Lady Titans took the court on Gibbs campus against the Broward College Seahawks, losing 58 to 96 despite a promising first quarter.

The team started Tia Williams (#4), Chloe Lane (#11), Dexshalyn Polite (#15), Shaquoria Miles (#30), Jazmine Harris (#31) and maintained a close score until the end of the first quarter. In the second quarter, the Seahawk offense began to wear down the Lady Titans and strengthened their lead to thirteen points, 34 – 47 at the end of the half. The final half saw the collapse of the Lady Titans defense, and the Seahawks were able to nearly double their score. In spite of their defeat, the Lady Titans performed well on court, showing good teamwork and sportsmanship in the face of adversity.

Lady Titans starter Cloe Lane (#11) led the team on points with fifteen scored, including four 2 point shots, two 3 pointers, and one free throw. Shaquoria Miles (#30) scored seven 2 pointers, and Tia Williams (#4) brought home 10 points from five 2 point shots. Despite a challenging season, the Lady Titans are bringing their “A” game to the court on Gibbs campus.

The next Lady Titans home game, one of the last three home games of the season, takes place in the Gibbs campus gymnasium at 9 PM on Tuesday, February 9th. Learn more about athletics at St. Petersburg College, and find schedules for the college sports program here. Keep up with the latest on campus and around Tampa Bay with The Sandbox News on Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook.

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