"It just happened so quickly and we are not really used to that. But then we finally took a breather, got our feet back under us, and got back in the game," Kaminski said.
Thinking the Wood players did a good job of keeping themselves composed, Kaminski said they came together to "chill each other out."
Instead of panicking, Wood fought back a basket at a time and went into the locker room up, 19-15, at halftime, having shut out Scranton Prep in the second quarter.
Once again, the Vikings didn't rely on just one player on offense, as Kaminski and Bailey Greenberg each scored a team-high 13.
In particular, Greenberg and Brown played well off one another, as Greenberg often found herself open on the block after a sharp cut.
"Bailey can jump really high, and she catches passes most people can't catch," Brown said.
"I love playing with Bailey. She's a really good player, and we know where each other always is on the court," Brown added.
Wood will face District 2's Holy Redeemer on Tuesday at a neutral time and a place to be determined, for a spot in the state-championship game.
"Nerve-racking," Kaminski said of the prospect of being one win from Hershey. "But I believe in our team."
With a defense such as Wood's, how could she not?
Scranton Prep 15 0 10 8 - 33
Archbishop Wood 8 11 18 11 - 48
SP: Madison Ashby 11, Tricia Byrne 10, Clare Philbin 6, Bridget Walsh 6.
AW: Bailey Greenberg 13, Jess Kaminski 13, Aubree Brown 9, Rachel Day 7, Brittany Keyes 3, Catey McFadden 3.
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