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Glenelg stops Centennial, 52-31; No. 8 Gladiators outscore Eagles, 17-2, in last period


Glenelg controlled the boards, held Centennial to two free throws in the fourth quarter and got double-figure scoring from four starters en route to a convincing 52-31 victory yesterday at Centennial.

"Everything we wanted to do well in this game we did," said Glenelg senior center Kris Brust, who had 12 points -- six off offensive rebounds -- and nine rebounds.

The eighth-ranked Gladiators (12-0, 8-0) moved into sole possession of first place in Howard County after holding the 17th-ranked Eagles (10-2, 7-1) to their lowest offensive output this season.

"This team really plays to win. We feel we can win every game," said Glenelg's Lauren Martin, who had eight of her team-high 15 points in the fourth quarter.

Glenelg outscored the Eagles, 17-2, in the final eight minutes.

Pub Date: 1/24/99

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