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“She is a clutch player and probably our best free-throw shooter, so we know down the stretch we wanted to keep the ball in her hands,” Mazyck said. McNeal led all scorers with 30 points, and Lauryn Robinson added 11. The Tigers were hurt by foul trouble late in the game. Post players Alexis James and Myshalik Davis each fouled out in the fourth quarter. “That hurt us pretty bad,” Swansea coach Tamara Perdue said of the foul trouble. Despite the loss, Perdue is hopeful with the direction of the program, whose 21 victories are the most since 2006-07. The Tigers lose one senior. Its top three players – McNeal, Robinson and Zharia Gillings all are underclassmen. “We told them remember this feeling because you never ever want to feel it again,” Perdue said. “We are going to work hard in the offseason, get better and we are going to get through it.” M: Mahogany Green 21, Kennedy 2, Keyshaunna Walker 14, Jones 4, Kayla Goldsmith 17. S: Danae McNeal 30, Gillings 2, Davis 2, Lauryn Robinson 11, James 9. Lou Bezjak is a writer for The State.