GLOUCESTER CITY-- Madison McClintock has been the driving force of the Gloucester High School girls basketball team offensively this season, so when she was sitting on the bench with two fouls and two points as the first half came to an end the fact that the Lions were up 14 was more than just a good sign.
McClintock ended up the fourth of four players to score at least nine points Saturday afternoon, with junior Alisha Fox leading the charge with 28. The offensive balance helped No. 2 Gloucester reach a third straight South ersey final with a 67-47 win over Tri-County Conference foe and third-seeded Glassboro.
"It's really good, a team can't go after one person, having them surrounding the really dominant player," McClintock said. "People are good outside, more are good inside. We have more flow, you ... have to cover every single person."
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