(NASHVILLE, TN) The St. Louis Surge women’s professional basketball franchise advanced their record to 2-1 with their 93-70 victory over the Music City Icons Saturday afternoon at Ensworth High School in Nashville.

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The 23-point duke in Women’s Blue Chip Basketball League (WBCBL) play netted the Surge their second straight win. A dominant 27-15 push in the fourth quarter was pivotal in the triumph.

After the Surge possessed a 24-19 lead at the conclusion of the first quarter, a tight 24-23 second stanza that favored St. Louis extended their lead to 48-42 at intermission.

With an 18-13 winning result in the third quarter, St. Louis pushed the score to 66-55 heading into the final frame.

The aforementioned, plus-12 point output in the final quarter resulted in the Surge’s 93-70 win.

St. Louis launches their home campaign at Washington University this upcoming Saturday with a re-match against WBCBL Midwest Division rival Midwest Flyers Elite. In the season opener between the pair in May, the Elite claimed a 90-80 victory to claim an early edge in the divisional standings.

A season split is the missive for the locals next weekend and a vocal contingent is welcomed at the Wash U Field House for the 7:05 p.m. showdown.

A five-game season package that includes VIP chair back seating, hospitality suite access with free food, admission to a pair of Surge parties and other amenities is available for $120 by GOING TO THIS LINK.

Single game tickets at the door are $10 for adults, $8 for students with ID and free for children five and under.

For more info on the Surge, visit their official website.

Surge Basketball Claims Second Straight Win At Nashville Trek was last modified: June 3rd, 2018 by Brian Ledford