LAKESIDE - While offense wasn't at a premium on Saturday, Danbury relied heavily on its defense in its Toledo Area Athletic Conference contest against Maumee Valley Country Day.
The Lakers held MVCD to just 18 points on 5-of-50 shooting while earning a 33-18 conference win.
"Our defense really came through today," said Danbury coach Dick Heller. "It was a total team effort. Our girls played hard the whole game and made good decisions."
Danbury (7-6, 5-2 TAAC) went to work early to open a 12-4 advantage at the end of one quarter as Erin Uhinck buried a 3-pointer and added a free throw in the quarter.
Uhinck finished with eight points in the contest.
The Lakers also had baskets from Haley Hoffman and Kalee Rakosky during the period.
In the second, MVCD scored just two points on a pair of free throws from Shannon Hermann.
Hermann scored all but two of MVCD's points, finishing with 16 points in the game.
Leading Danbury in scoring was Hoffman with nine points while Rakosky finished with nine.
The Lakers will return to the hard court on Thursday when they travel to Ottawa Hills.
As for MVCD (5-6, 5-2 TAAC), a non-conference trip to play Montpelier is slated for Tuesday evening.