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.