Only two games remain in league play for the Pitman High girls basketball team after Thursday's Central California Conference battle with Buhach Colony.
“Obviously, we missed some shots we usually make even though we had some real good looks," said Pitman head coach Dustin Curtiss. "Defensively I thought we played amazing, to hold a team to 33 in a game and 13 at halftime, I thought we had a great game plan and the girls executed perfectly."
“I am satisfied with the game since we are a strong defensive team," said Pitman senior Cerah Moren. "It's one of the things we work on every day in practice, knowing when to key in and it's a reminder that we need to work hard on defense and we executed today, which was really good."
"We knew we would have a strong team this year. I am just glad we are playing as good as we can and executing,” said Moren.
Selkow had a team-high 11 points. Moren added 10 while Salafia finished with 10 of her own. Randhawa added six.
Pitman last loss came against BC on Jan. 12 in a 58-40 final. Since then, they have not lost and have held all opponents to 44 points or less.
“It is a team goal to win CCC. The biggest key is communication. So for me, it's usually to guard post players and I think that puts me in a good spot to help my teammates,” said Selkow. “I want to make sure I play 110 percent and I feel like the rest of my team did well.”
Pitman's next game will be senior night against El Capitan at 7:15 p.m. Thursday.
“Our focus is the next game and more in depth is the next possession and we have to look at it for every possession, which has been our mindset lately, just focus on the moment and I think that helped us,” said Curtiss.