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Lady Warriors’ 3-game win streak snapped

by Tyler Williams

February 10, 2019

     The Lady Warriors were able to keep their winning ways alive through their Tuesday home game against Lincoln, cruising to a 55-29 win.  On Friday, the Lady Warriors traveled to Downs to battle Lakeside and fell, 57-44.

Vs. Lincoln – February 5

     Southern Cloud came out firing, taking a 14-3 lead after one quarter in their home league game with Lincoln.  The Leopards made some quick noise early in the second quarter, narrowing the Warrior lead to 5.  After a quick timeout to regroup, the Lady Warriors went on a 12-3 run to finish off the first half 26-12.

     In the second half, SC kept up the pressure and tempo.  The Lady Warriors were able to expand their lead and eventually play every player suited up on the night.  The bench players were able to keep the lead and some even found a way to score. 

Scoring for the Warriors: Shea McMillan 13, Kaitlyn Morris 8, Logan Cool 8, Athina Liby 6, Emily Stein 6, Ashton Cooper 5, Rael Beals 4, Hana Cool 3, Jordyn Scott 2

Other notable stats: McMillan had 6 thefts, 5 in the first half

Vs. Lakeside – February 9

     Riding a three game win streak into the game against Lakeside, the Lady Warriors were in for a shootout.  In a game that started with the Lady Knights attacking and taking an early 7-2 lead, the Lady Warriors responded to the tempo and were able to end the quarter up 19-15.               

     In the second quarter, the Lady Warriors scored the first four points of the quarter but then grew cold and could not find the bottom of the net for the remainder of the half, going into the break, down 29-23. 

     Third quarter, Lakeside’s hot shooting continued immediately, digging Southern Cloud into a near 20-point hole to try to climb out of.  The girls of SC did not quit and battled admirably, and were able to cut the deficit but did not have enough time to get back into the game.  The team fell 57-44 at Downs, moving the Lady Warriors to a 10-6 record with two regular season games left in the season.

Scoring for the Lady Warriors: Morris 20 (4-4 on 3-point shots), McMillan 10, Liby 7, L. Cool 4, Cooper 4

Other notable stats:  The team shot 7-12 from 3-point land (58%)


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