BRIDGEVILLE, Del.)-The Woodbridge Raiders girls varsity team picked up their 15th win of the season when they defeated the A.I. Dupont Tigers in round 1 of the Delaware High School playoffs last night.

"We executed on what we needed to do,"said Altia Anderson. "We did not miss that many layups and we were all fighting for the rebounds and going for the boards."

Anderson scored 14 points and hit 8 of her 10 free throws. Woodbridge head coach Emilio Perry said one of the keys to the win was Anderson knowing she did not have to do it all.

"And then the other girls were able to step up in those moments where she trusted them and buying into the total team package," said Coach Emilio Perry.

Anderson credited Coach Perry for changing her attitude and developing her into the player she is today.

"He allows me to get in the gym early in the morning so I could not ask that from any other people,"said Anderson.

Besides, Anderson the team counts on sophomore Mykle Crippen. She did not miss any of her 5 shots she took against the Tigers. Crippen said she is confident the team can go far in the playoffs.

"We all just get out their knowing we can be the best we can be,anyday everyday, now matter who we are playing Woodbridge is the team to beat,"said Crippen.

The No.11th seeded (15-7)Raiders advanced to the second round of the Delaware Interscholastic Athletic Association with their win. They are back in action when they face No.6 (14-6) Caravel Academy on Thursday at 7 PM. The Raiders will be taking on the Bucs for a second time this season. They ended the regular season losing to them 71 to 42 on February 23rd.