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Lady Warriors Play in Modified Tescott Tipoff Classic

by Ryan Perkins

December 21, 2020

The first game of the Tescott Tipoff Classic against Sylvan-Lucas Unified Lady Mustangs was canceled due to COVID restrictions.

The first/second game of the Tescott Tip Off Classic. The Southern Cloud Lady Warriors knocked off the host Tescott Lady Trojans by a score of 22-17.  The Lady Warriors and the home team Lady Trojans battled to a 6-2 first quarter. The Lady Warriors put together a better 2nd quarter for a 10-7 half time score.  The Lady Warriors came out of the locker room a bit more encouraging and outscored the Lady Trojans in the third quarter 4-2 to give the Lady Warriors a lead of 14-9 at the end of the third quarter.  The Lady Warriors continued to work in the final quarter. The Lady Warriors and the Lady Trojans each scored 8 points in the final quarter, but the Lady warriors had enough lead to give them their first win of the 20-21 season.

Shealynn McMillan was the leading scorer for the Southern Cloud Lady Warriors with 8 points, with Hana Cool, Athina Liby, and Braya Darnall each adding 4 points. Rounding out the scoring was Rael Beals with 2 points.  Leading the way rebounding the basketball was Hana with 5, and Braya with 4. The Ladies only had 11 turnovers for the game.


On Friday, December 11 in the second/third and final game of the Tescott Tip Off Classic, the Lady Warriors won a tough game against the Wilson Lady Dragons. The Lady Warrior came out hot and took an early lead in the first quarter. The Lady Warriors defense was outstanding holding the Lady Dragons to a goose egg the first quarter while putting up 11 points. The Lady Warriors coasted in the second quarter, each team scoring 7 points to give the Lady Warriors a 18-7 half time lead.  The third quarter saw the Lady Warriors out score the Lady Dragons 16-2 to give the Lady Warriors a 25 point lead 34-9. The fourth quarter saw the Lady Warriors struggle. While the Lady Warriors outscored the Lady Dragons by 1, 6-5, giving the Lady Warriors a win 40-14.  With the win the Lady Warriors finished the tournament with 2 wins. Due to the Covid restrictions there wasn’t a tournament winner this year.

Shealynn McMillan led the way for the Lady Warriors with 19 points and 2 rebounds. Braya Darnall added another 11 points with 8 rebounds. Hana Cool  scored 6 and had 4 rebounds. Athina Liby had 4 points and 5 rebounds. Rael Beals had 5 rebounds and 2 assists. The Lady Warriors went 5 for 5 at the free throw line.


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