When all the numbers were in Saturday, there were only four that mattered to Hagerstown Community College women's basketball coach Marlys Palmer in the aftermath of her team's 49-45 loss to rival Allegany at the HCC athletic complex - 21, 59, 13 and 70.
- 21 - The Hawks shot a frigid 21 percent from the floor, allowing the Trojans to control the lead throughout the second half, even though HCC stayed within a handful of points.
- 59 - A season-low 12 of 21 performance (59 percent) from the foul line.
- 13 - The percentage the Hawks managed from 3-point range.
- 70 - The points-per-game average HCC had until being held to their season low 45 by a combination of missed opportunities, turnovers and tenacious defense by the Trojans.
"Yes, that definitely sums up our performance tonight," Palmer said. "I'll tell you it is frustrating to go from a team that just a week ago averaged 85 points a game and 40 percent (shooting) from the floor to what happened to us tonight."