Masuk girls basketball team improves to 5-1

Dani Dube dribbles the ball as teammate Charlotte Pinto looks on and Staples players defend during Masuk's 69-41 win at home on Wednesday. Dube and Pinto combined to sink five of Masuk's 12 3-pointers.

MONROE, CT — The Masuk High girls basketball team won its fifth game in six contests to begin the year, bouncing back from a hard-fought 38-36 setback to Brookfield on Friday with a 45-41 win over Joel Barlow the next day, then toppling Staples of Westport 69-41 on Wednesday. All of the games were on their home court.

Against Brookfield, the Panthers got a dozen points from Dani Dube, nine points from Bailey Bajda, six from Grace Sheppard and three each from Charlotte Pinto and Hannah Fagan.

The Panthers built a 39-24 lead through three quarters and held on to defeat Barlow. Dube led the way with 16 points, Fagan scored nine, Grace Kearney logged seven and Bajda netted four.

Masuk drained a dozen 3-pointers in the win over Staples. Pinto hit a trio of shots from downtown and Bajda, Kearney, Dube and Grace Sheppard all hit a pair from behind the arc. Dube led the way with 20 points and Bajda scored 18.

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