When a basketball team gets 91 shots from the floor, it should expect to come out on the better end of the score.
However, when that team only makes 26 of those shots, a victory can hardly be counted on.
The Hagerstown Community College women's basketball team watched shot after shot bound away as Allegany College chipped away at what was once a 15-point Hawks lead.
In the end, HCC got the job done from the free throw line, holding off the Trojans for a 64-58 Maryland JuCo Conference victory Wednesday at the HCC athletic complex.
"We overcame a poor shooting night," HCC coach Marlys Palmer said. "I think that our 16 steals and our 61 rebounds helped us overcome that poor shooting. It's also because we got 91 shot attempts."