Van Enk picks up slack for Cabot


Chad Matchett
November 28, 2012

Apparently a week off can make all the difference. One week after from giving up 90 points at Conway, the Cabot Lady Panthers beat the Paragould Lady Rams 45-37 at Panther Arena. “The girls really come out more focused and ready to play when we’re at home,” Cabot Coach Carla Crowder said. “We played them last year, and the girls knew they’d have everybody back from a team that played in the finals, so they knew it would be a challenge.” Cabot looked like it might be in trouble when senior point guard Jaylin Bridges picked up her fourth foul with 1:19 remaining in the third quarter, but Ally Van Enk took up a lot of the slack with 14 points and 10 rebounds.

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