WILLIAMSPORT - To say that Catoctin's girls basketball team had revenge on its mind would be a gross understatement.
After losing to Williamsport on their home floor earlier in the season, the Cougars wanted badly to win Tuesday's rematch.
And it showed, as Catoctin's tenacious pressure defense sparked a 60-30 drubbing of the Wildcats in a Monocacy Valley Athletic League contest.
"(The loss at Catoctin) just really fired us up," said Catoctin's leading scorer, Emily Balogh, who finished with 20 points on 9 of 12 shooting. "We've been waiting for this game."
As it turned out, 14 first-quarter Williamsport turnovers and eight points from Balogh nearly settled things after just eight minutes, as Catoctin surged to a 16-5 lead.