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wholesale michael kors handbags commentsWilson decks Dover, makes it back-to-back District 3-AAAA championships: Watch Bulldogs celebration video Jeff Reinhart | firstname.lastname@example.org on February 28, 2014 10:16 p.m. 02/28 - 8:30 PM Girls BasketballFinal Wilson West Lawn Dover 38RECAP Repeat complete for Wilson. Once mired at 6-7 earlier this season, the Bulldogs have reeled off 16 wins in a row, and Wilson s latest victory gave coach Doug Myer s crew back-to-back District 3-AAAA championships. Jessie Wallace had 16 points and seven rebounds and Carley Brew and Avery Marz popped in 15 points apiece on Friday night in Wilson s 51-38 win over Dover for district gold in the Giant Center. The Bulldogs, seeded fourth and now 22-7 overall, opened up some breathing room with a 15-7 third-quarter spree; Marz got the run started with a 3-pointer and a transition layup, as Wilson picked up the pace defensively, forcing the Eagles into four third-quarter turnovers. MAKE IT SIX FOR BULLDOGS That s six District 3 championships for Wilson, which also won titles in 2013, 2008, 2000, 1998 and 1997. This was the Bulldogs ninth trip to the district title game. THE DIFFERENCE Wilson s third-quarter defensive pressure changed the complexion of the game. After a slow start, Dover, the No. 3 seed and now 24-3, sliced the Bulldogs lead down to 20-15 at the break. But Wilson put the pedal down to open the third, with Marz splashing a 3 on the Bulldogs first trip, then getting a steal and a bucket to gain more momentum. Ivory Bailey added a fast-break layup and Wallace had a pair of post field goals for the Bulldogs during the uprising, and Wilson took a cozy 35-22 lead into the fourth. INSIDE THE GAME Brew, who grabbed a game-high 10 rebounds, dominated in the paint in the first half for Wilson; she had eight points and seven boards at the break. Hall, who has had an outstanding tournament, bucketed a game-high 20 points, including eight in the fourth quarter, when Dover made one last-gasp effort. But in crunch time, Marz made five free throws, Wallace scored seven points and grabbed two boards, and Brew had a bucket and went 4-for-4 at the line to seal it for Wilson. Dover had a pair of starters Megan Lokhaiser and Lindsey Fowler foul out down the stretch, which didn't help in the comeback department. NUMBER CRUNCHER Dover out-rebounded Wilson 27-23; Fowler had eight boards for the Eagles before fouling out late. Turnovers: Dover 13, Wilson 8; Marz was excellent in the transition and half-court game for the Bulldogs. She was hounded throughout by Hall, Dover s defensive whiz, but Wilson was able to jump into its sets, work clock and get good looks. WHAT S NEXT Wilson gets the District 1 10th seed and Dover gets the District 1 seventh seed in first-round PIAA-AAAA state playoff games next Friday. QUOTABLE Wilson senior PG Avery Marz I really wanted to win this my senior year, and I know all of my fellow seniors wanted to win this again, so it meant a lot to be able to come back and win it again. This is awesome. We re not done yet, but it s a great feeling. Wilson coach Doug Myer I thought we came out in the third quarter with a lot of defensive energy and really got after them. Looking back (at the 6-7 start) helped us. It was a growing experience for our whole team. In the long run it really benefited us. I had a great talk with our seniors in the middle of January and I think it helped me coach them better. The clear message was that we both wanted the same thing; we wanted to advance as far as we can. This is a special group. They won three (Berks) County championships and now they ve won two district championships. Now we ll try our best to see if we can win a state championship. Related Links:Related Stories