LAKESIDE - Danbury shot just 28-percent from the field on Thursday, but managed to overcome its offensive deficiency with solid defense in a 48-37 win over Huron
The Lakers (5-4 overall) made 17-of-60 shots.
Erin Uhinck scored seven first quarter points as part of her 17-point performance as Danbury took a 15-6 lead after one quarter.
"We came out and played really hard the whole game," Danbury coach Dick Heller said. "We are cutting down on our mistakes and making better decisions."
Huron (0-8 overall) scored just 14 points in the opening half as Hayden Petee scored eight of her 15 points to lead the Tigers in the first half.
Gabby Sassala, who scored 14 points, also helped keep Huron within striking distance, though the Tigers really never became a concerning threat for Danbury.
Huron shot just 16-of-47 for 34-percent.
The Lakers will play at South Central on Saturday.
Huron will host Sandusky St. Mary's Central Catholic on January 3rd.