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INVERNESS - Sometimes, a win is not just a win and a loss is not just a loss. It is what the team can take away from these results that really matters.
At Citrus on Thursday night, the Hurricanes came within an eyelash of dropping a game to county rival Seven Rivers Christian, winning 37-31.
Seven Rivers (3-3) is a Class A school while Citrus is much larger at 4A. With such a disparity, a close game left a bad taste in the mouth of Citrus coach Eli Jackson.
"At the beginning of the season, we said we didn't want to take any steps back," Jackson said.
"(Thursday), we took a step back."
The Hurricanes (3-1) were led by senior forward Ashley Hoglund, who had six rebounds and a game-high 14 points. But it was her defense down the stretch that lifted Citrus.
The Warriors (3-3), on the other hand, playing without starting center Katie Crouch due to a previous commitment, were encouraged by hanging with a much-larger program.
Led by senior guard Renee Belevance (nine points, six rebounds) and sophomore forward Rachel Capra (nine points and nine rebounds), Seven Rivers outrebounded Citrus to stay within striking distance all night.
The difference in the game came during the third quarter, when the Hurricanes outscored the Warriors 10-2.