The St. Vincent High School girls basketball team shut out Technology High School from Rohnert Park in the first half Tuesday evening and rolled to a 48-22 victory.
St. Vincent led at the half, 31-0, before Technology was able to score against Lady Mustang reserves in the second half.
Olivia Degrasa scored 14 points to lead a list of St. Vincent scorers. Katie Stagnoli scored 10 for Technology.
St. Vincent is now 9-5 for the season and 2-2 in North Central League II play going into a home game Friday night against rival Tomales.
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