Posted On: 02/1/20 6:22 PM

Garfield High School traveled to Eastside Catholic in a matchup that would determine the top spot in the Seattle Metro League as we enter the last week of the regular season. Both teams came into the game undefeated, and the game would remain close until Eastside Catholic blew things open in the third quarter, outscoring Garfield 28 to 7 with a press that forced turnover after turnover. Garfield's top senior and Cal commit, Dalayah Daniels played limited minutes as she continues to recover from an ankle injury, but the Bulldogs would see solid performances from senior point guard Kareyna Taylor and freshman Naveah Talbert. Talbert kept things close in the first half with an impressive shooting performance and 13 points. Taylor contributed 9 points, 4 assists, 2 rebounds, and 2 steals. The second half belonged to the Crusaders who took Garfield out of their game with a relentless press that led to easy baskets. Eastside Catholic, a team with no seniors or juniors on their roster, started four freshmen and a sophomore in this game. Here's a look at some of the young talent that the Crusaders have to offer.

Mjracle Sheppard

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