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Lady Warriors go 2 for 3

by Ryan Perkins

February 24, 2020



On Monday, February 10, the Lady Warriors hosted the Lady Dragons in a makeup game from January 10, 2020, to take on the Dragons for the second time this season. The first time the Lady Warriors won 42-36 in the Tescott Tournament. This time the Lady Warriors were looking for a repeat outcome. The Lady Warriors came out in the first quarter and took an 8-6 lead. The second quarter was a defensive battle with the Lady Warriors outscoring the Lady Dragons 19-9, leading 27-15 at half.  The third quarter was a repeat of the first quarter with the Lady Warriors outscoring the Dragons 15-14, giving them a lead of 42-29.  The Lady Warriors kept the fight going, outscoring the Lady Dragons in the final quarter 15-6. The Lady Warriors came out on top scoring a season high 57-35.


Leading the way was Shealynn McMillan with 21 points, followed by Makenna Comstock 11 points. Athina Liby and Rael Beal with 6 points each.  Hana Cool and Peyton Walters added another 4 points each. Rounding out the scoring was Braya Darnall and Mallory Bellows with 3 & 2 points. Shea was the Lady Warriors top rebounder with 6 boards, followed by Makenna, Hana, and Rael with 3 rebounds each Mallory and Braya had 3 assists respectively. The ladies shot 83% from the free throw line for the night.




On Tuesday, February 11, 2020, the Southern Cloud Lady Warriors made a trip to Lincoln to face the Lincoln Lady Leopards.  This was the second game in two days. The Lady Leopards came out outscoring the Lady Warriors 7-4 after the first quarter.  The Lady Warriors came out in the second quarter looking for their shot, being outscored 9-7 giving the Lady Leopards an 11-16 lead.  The second half got off to a better start for the Lady Warriors outscoring the Lady Leopards by two points. The Lady Leopards continued their lead, leading 22-19.  In the final quarter, the Lady Leopards outscored the Lady Warriors 9-7.  The Lady Warriors just never found the groove in the game. The Lady Leopards came out on top 31-26.


Leading the way for the Lady Warriors was Athina Liby with 11 points. Shealynn McMillan added another 9 points. Rounding out the scoring was Makenna Comstock, Hana Cool, and Braya Darnall who had 2 points each. Braya lead the Lady Warriors with 7 rebounds. Athina had 5 rebounds. 3 players had 3 rebounds each: Rael, Shea, and Makenna.  The Lady Warriors continued to struggle from the charity stripe making only 5 out of 10 free throws.


Lady Warriors Host the Lakeside Knights


On Friday, February 14, the girls played host to the Lakeside Lady Knights for the third game in 5 days.  The Lady Warriors came out and took the game to the Lady Knights leading 11-7. The second quarter, the Lady Knights started to play better and made it a game, outscoring the Lady Warriors 15-12, giving the Lady Warriors a 23-22 lead at halftime.  The Lady Warriors came out after halftime to outscore the Lakeside Lady Knights 15-7, giving the home Lady Warriors a 38-29 lead after 3 quarters. In the final quarter the Lady Knights outscored the Lady Warriors 9-6, giving the Lady Warriors a 44-38 win.


Leading the way for the SC Lady Warriors was Shealynn McMillan with a season high 23 points, making 5 threes out of 8 shots. Athina Liby and Makenna Comstock with 6 and 5 points, respectively.  Braya Darnall added another 4 points. Hana Cool and Rael Beals added 3 more points each. Braya was the Lady Warriors top rebounder with 6 boards, followed by Shea with 5 rebounds. Athina, Braya, and Shea had 3 assists apiece.


The Junior Varsity girls played another two quarters against Lakeside. The junior varsity lost to the Lady Knights 18-3. Leading the way was Mallory Bellows with 2 points, followed by Peyton Walters with 1 point. The Lady Warriors junior varsity struggled to get on track.


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