It was nothing out of the ordinary. But nearly 45 seconds later, Spann hit another three-pointer. And 20 seconds after that, she made another one.
It was an early indication of what was to come from Spann. As her team erased a 14-point third-quarter deficit, the senior point guard set up her teammates. And as the Falcons were poised to take the lead, it was Spann who powered a fourth-quarter charge in a 69-65 win over St. John’s in Olney.
It was the Falcons’ second win over the Cadets (15-6, 8-3 Washington Catholic Athletic Conference) in eight days.
“I just come out and try and make buckets for my team,” said Spann, who finished with a game-high 25 points. “I wasn’t on for a short period of the game so I was trying to get other people the ball.”