The Clark County Lady Indians traveled to Kirksville on Tuesday, November 27. The Lady Indians faced a much taller Tiger team but they held their own in the opening quarter
By Herb Butler
The Clark County Lady Indians traveled to Kirksville on Tuesday, November 27. The Lady Indians faced a much taller Tiger team but they held their own in the opening quarter behind Kassidy Shuman’s 8 points as the Lady Indians outscored the Lady Tigers 12-9.
The second quarter saw Shuman sitting with 2 fouls but again the Lady Indians held their own behind balanced scoring as five ladies scored. Both teams put up an even 15 points and the Lady Indians held a slim three point lead 27-24 behind Kassidy Shuman’s 13 points. Daryl Goldie & Amanda Winters each had 5.
The third quarter was the Lady Indians downfall, again Shuman had to sit with fouls. The Lady Tigers 6-2 post player took over as she added 8 third quarter points to lead the Lady Tigers as 6 ladies scored turnovers cost the Lady Indians the quarter and the game as Kirksville took the third 17-7 to take a 41-34 lead.
The fourth saw Daryl Goldie add a pair of threes. Kassidy Shuman added 4 before fouling out. Megan Wilson added 4. Clark County took the quarter 18-16, but the third quarter cost the Lady Indians as they fell to the Lady Tigers 57-52.
Kassidy Shuman led Clark with a season high of 21 points followed by Daryl Goldie playing with 4 fouls added 14, Amanda Winters added 7, Megan Wilson had 6 and Brittany Logsdon had 4.
The Lady Indians are 1-2 on the season.