That Foran High\u2019s Teneya McLauglin was the most experienced and talented player on the court was no secret when coach Scott Nail\u2019s Lions visited Jonathan Law at the James Richetelli Sr. Gymnasium in Devon for an SCC girls basketball game on Jan. 4. What wasn\u2019t known was who on coach Dan Young\u2019s Eagles could slow Foran\u2019s mercurial Assumption College-bound guard. \u201cYou have to give credit to No. 1,\u201d Nails said of Law\u2019s Kailee Frank after Law defeated his team 51-47. \u201cWherever Teneya went, she was right there and kept her body between her and the basket.\u201d McLaughin scored 18 points to lead Foran, which saw a 39-24 third quarter lead evaporate in the final period. \u201cThat was a great job to come back like that in the fourth quarter,\u201d Young said. \u201cThis was Kailee Frank\u2019s first varsity start, and to go against a player like Teneya was quite remarkable.\u201d Foran (3-5) still led 41-38 after Jenna Zacarelli\u2019s transition basket off an assist from McLaughlin. But Law (4-4) saw Laura Dulin bury a 3-pointer to tie the game for the sixth time at 41 with 3:45 remaining. Jessica Centore then used a great ball fake to drive to the basket and give the Eagles the lead. Dulin hit a runner, before she tipped away the ball and fed Centore for a breakaway lay-up. Foran called for time with 1:12 remaining trailing, 47-43. The lead grew to 49-43 on Centore\u2019s press-break bucket off an assist from Erin Saley. McLaughlin assisted on Kyra Blacketter\u2019s jumper and Foran forced a five-second violation on Law\u2019s ensuing inbounds attempt. But Foran missed a hoop and Law\u2019s Victoria Notholt grabbed the rebound with 15 seconds remaining. With only three team fouls, the Lions couldn\u2019t send the Eagles to the line for another 6.8 seconds. Dulin made both free throws with 8.2 remaining before Blacketter closed out the scoring with a basket. See the next edition of the Mirror for complete game story.