FREMONT - Minus one of its starters, Fremont St. Joseph Central Catholic welcomed Woodmore to the Thunder Dome for a non-conference game on Saturday evening.
Despite missing Miranda Wammes, Kimmie Burns, Brooke Casperson, and Adrienne Wehring carried the load for the Crimson Streaks as SJCC pulled away in the final quarter for a 63-52 win over the Wildcats.
SJCC (16-2 overall) jumped out to a quick lead as Casperson scored nine of her 14 points in the quarter while sinking two 3-pointers.
Woodmore settled in rather quickly and Hayley Freund pulled the Wildcats back into it with three 3-pointers in the quarter.
Freund finished with 15 points in the game for Woodmore, who trailed 17-13 after one quarter.
The Wildcats (9-10 overall) utilized a pair of buckets by Claire Rothert in the second quarter and freshman Brooke Allen added five points as Woodmore remained within striking distance at the half, trailing 29-24.
Woodmore's size paid dividends much of the contest and in the third quarter the Wildcats were able to pull even as Jordan Nighswander dropped in a basket to end the period with the game deadlocked at 43-43.
The Crimson Streaks then took control of the game as Burns torched the net from 3-point range twice and then made all four of her free throws in the quarter on her way to a 16 point game.
SJCC would make 12-of-12 from the foul line in the fourth quarter as they finished the game by outscoring Woodmore 20-9 in the fourth.
Wehring led the Crimson Streaks with 17 points.
Woodmore's Allen finished with 15 points.
SJCC will travel to North Baltimore on Tuesday for a non-conference contest while Woodmore will travel to Lakota.