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by Ryan Perkins

March 04, 2020

The Regional Tournament was hosted by Lincoln High School, with the first-round games being played at the higher seeds home court. The Lady Warriors played their first game at home. 


The Lady Warriors were the 3rd seed going into the tournament and they drew the 6th seeded Linn Lady Bulldogs. This was the first time in a couple years the Lady Warriors faced the Lady Bulldogs.


The Southern Cloud Lady Warriors had an uphill battle from the start. The Linn Lady Bulldogs play in the tough Twin Valley League. The Lady Warriors came to play and took a 3 point lead after the first quarter 15-12.  The second quarter was a true battle; the Lady Warriors gave up to many baskets to trail the second quarter 16-8.  The halftime score was 28-23 Lady Bulldogs.  The third quarter the Lady Warriors continued to battle, but couldn’t find the basket against the great defense from the Lady Bulldogs.  The third quarter saw the Lady Bulldogs extend the lead outscoring the Lady Warriors 8-7, giving the Lady Bulldogs a 36-30 lead going into the final quarter. The final quarter was much like the entire game, a battle of trying to get the basketball in the basket against a very physical Lady Bulldog team. The Lady Warriors only could get 2 points in the final quarter.  The Lady Warriors lost 46-32. The Lady Warriors worked hard all game long, but couldn’t get the ball in the basket. This was the final game for two Seniors, Makenna Comstock & Te'a Kennedy.


Leading the way for the Blue and Silver was Senior Makenna Comstock with 9 points. Shealynn McMillan & Braya Darnall added 8 points each respectively, while Mallory Bellows had 3 points. Juniors Athina Liby and Rael Beals added another 2 points each. The Lady Warriors were led in rebounding by Shea with 4 followed by Rael, Braya, Athina, and Makenna with 3 rebounds each.  The Lady Warriors turned the ball over 20 times.


The Lady Warriors finished the season 12-10. The Seniors Makenna Comstock & Te’a Kennedy will be missed dearly next year for the Lady Warriors. The Lady Warriors will return four starters next year, and 2 other lettermen. Thanks to all who came out to support the Warriors throughout the 2019-20 basketball season.



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