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Jenny Moorer had 18 points to lead Seffner Christian to a 47-29 win over Tampa Baptist.
By JARRETT GUTHRIE
Published February 2, 2007
SEFFNER - Jenny Moorer had 18 points to lead Seffner Christian to a 47-29 win Thursday against Tampa Baptist in a Class A- District 10 semifinal.
The Crusaders capitalized on turnovers and turned to the depth of its bench to earn a spot in a second straight district title game, 7 p.m. Saturday against Cambridge.
Seffner Christian turned 29 turnovers by the Rams into a 23-point advantage to start the fourth quarter.
However, it wasn't easy for the Crusaders, who got in foul trouble early. Because two players had five fouls between them at the start of the second quarter, Seffner went to its bench often. Two freshmen helped out; Moorer Alexander Hagel had six points and grabbed two turnovers late in the third quarter, and Arielle Jadlowski had eight points, including two 3-pointers.
In the first semifinal, Cambridge beat Citrus Park 48-31. Amber James had 14 points and Lauren Bateman 13 for the Lancers, who played without leading scorer Caitlin Deboer, who did not play for undisclosed reasons.
Earlier this season, Seffner beat Cambridge 34-28 on Jan. 6.