ELIZABETHTOWN, Pa. – Caitlin Bach turned in another huge offensivive effort, recording 21 points to aid Lebonon Valley in a 65-62 win against Elizabethtown on Saturday.
Bach’s 21 led a list of four players in double digits for No. 16 Lebanon Valley. Kiely Chaklos scored 12, Renee Fritz scored 11 and Tierney Hiltz scored 10 in the win.
Bach shot 5-for-7 for 12 points in the first half, as the team shot 50 percent from the field. Bach shot 8-for-11 for the game and a perfect 5-for-5 from the free throw line.
The Dutchmen (16-3, 10-2 CC) clawed until the end in a game that bounced back and forth. The Blue Jays (9-8, 7-5) led as late as midway through the second half before LVC pulled away on a 12-0 run to buy time.
Elizabethtown pulled within three points when Katy Fogel hit a 3-pointer with five seconds on the clock. Fritz went to throw the inbounds pass and had the ball tipped to create a stir in the final moments, but the ball landed in the hands of Lauren Ruhl.
LVC dominated the boards, leading 46-33 in rebounding. Fritz led with 10, while Bach and Chaklos each recorded nine.