By Erik Boal, Staff Writer
Posted: February 27, 2013, Daily News, Los Angeles
Robyn Brown said it was like time was frozen, the arena was silent and she was living in the moment Wednesday.
The Chaminade senior wasn’t attempting a last-second shot or needing to make a clutch free throw. Instead, she was dribbling out the clock near mid-court in a championship game that had long since been decided.
The top-seeded Eagles didn’t have to rely on any late heroics, not after scoring 17 of the first 18 points, limiting St. Joseph of Lakewood to one first-half field goal and shooting 69 percent from the field in the second half.
It all added up to the most dominant performance in the 37-year history of the Southern Section Div. III-A final, with Chaminade setting records for most points and largest margin of victory in a 74-30 triumph at Anaheim Convention Center, securing the Eagles’ first title.
“This was our opportunity. We were here, we worked hard all season to get here and to be there with my girls, the three seniors, we’ve been through everything together, the tough losses, the amazing wins and we pulled this one out,” said Brown, who had 11 points and six assists, several in no-look, highlight-reel fashion. Read More