Girls basketball falls to USC after losing Dryburgh

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Girls basketball falls to USC after losing Dryburgh

The team returns every player next year after being one of the youngest teams in the section this year, with a squad composed of mostly sophomores.

The team returns every player next year after being one of the youngest teams in the section this year, with a squad composed of mostly sophomores.

Photo via Kyle Degregorio

The team returns every player next year after being one of the youngest teams in the section this year, with a squad composed of mostly sophomores.

Photo via Kyle Degregorio

Photo via Kyle Degregorio

The team returns every player next year after being one of the youngest teams in the section this year, with a squad composed of mostly sophomores.

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After losing starter Meghan Dryburgh due to injury last week, the girls basketball team fell to Upper St. Clair on Monday night, 73-52.

Sophomore Lexi Bernotas said the team had trouble with both its offense and defense.

“Morgan Altavilla has stepped up since Meghan has been gone,” Bernotas said.

The Highlanders have a 6-3 overall record, and look to prepare for their game against Gateway on Wednesday at home.

“We are still all adjusting to the change,” Bernotas said. “We are just taking it one game at a time.”