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Carroll Women Overcome Shooting Slump, Down Western

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It was a slow start for the Carroll women's basketball team on Friday, missing their first six shots until sophomore Jordan Johnston finally got a field goal to go midway through the first half.

The Saints trailed the entire first half, with little to no rhythm in their offense. At the half they trailed Western 30-19, and it wasn't looking good.

Leading a second half surge was junior Bailey Snelling, who led Carroll with 22 points in the game.

Carroll mounted the comeback in this one 54-51.

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