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St. Joe broke out strong and stayed on top leading by 14 after the first quarter. The celebration technically began at half time with the Irish ahead 42-18. Griffin Dempsey nailed 30 points, followed by Rachel Lee at 21, Mychal Johnson 15 and Asia Petitte with 13.
With the championship no longer in doubt, St. Joe substituted the younger sisters --- Chelsea Gale for Caitlyn Gale, Mychelle Johnson for Mychal, and Becca Lee for Rahel --- for three of the team's graduating seniors.