CORINTH, Maine — The Central girls basketball team was in more of a taking mood than a giving one on this Saturday after Christmas, as the Red Devils forced 15 first-half turnovers in building a 16-point lead and coasting from there to a 44-23 Class B victory over Caribou.
Sophomore guard Hannah Pray was instrumental in 3-2 Central’s defensive effort, as she came up with five steals while scoring 10 first-half points.
The Devils dominated from start to finish, holding the 1-5 Vikings without a field goal the first 11:55 of the contest.
Central went on a 14-0 run to start the game, with Pray scoring eight points over that stretch.
Sophomore center Bekka Campbell, who stands 6-foot-2, recorded a double-double, scoring 12 points while grabbing 12 rebounds. Pray also scored 12 while junior guard Sam Blanchard recorded 10 points. Senior point guard Rachel Trafton had three steals.
Monica Selander was the lone Caribou player to crack double figures, notching 12 points while hauling down 13 boards.
Central held Caribou to five field goals on the night.