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Lady Brahmas’ victory a tour de force

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The Pierce Women’s basketball team shut down Oxnard’s visiting team yesterday at home.

 

Nearly doubling Oxnard’s score, the ladies of Pierce held the visiting team to just 59 points total, scoring 109 points on offense.

 

With the season winding down, the momentum of the young team seems to be picking up steam as their confidence builds.

Lady Brahmas of the Women’s Basketball team starting five (left to right) Amari Hampton, Habi Hanne, Monica Jackson, Danielle Tyler and Skyy Lewis wait for their introductions against Oxnard College on Wednesday, Feb. 16, 2011 in Woodland Hills. Calif. The team had a big game from their starting lineup and won 105 to 59. (Cesar Monge 2011)

Lady Brahma Monica Jackson attempts a jump shot against Oxnard College at home on Wednesday, Feb. 16, 2011 in Woodland Hills. Calif. Jackson was the leading scorer to help her team win 105-59. (Cesar Monge)

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