By Herb ButlerThe Clark County Lady Indians traveled across the big river on Monday evening, December 3 to do battle with Lady Raiders. I would guess Quincy Notre Dame is the best team the Lady Indians will meet his season.In the opening quarter behind the Quincy High transfer, Chloe Barnes, the Lady Raiders outscored Clark
By Herb Butler
The Clark County Lady Indians traveled across the big river on Monday evening, December 3 to do battle with Lady Raiders. I would guess Quincy Notre Dame is the best team the Lady Indians will meet his season.
In the opening quarter behind the Quincy High transfer, Chloe Barnes, the Lady Raiders outscored Clark County 16-8, as Barnes had six while the Lady Indians’ Kassidy Shuman had four for Clark County.
In the second quarter the Lady Raiders used a run and gun offense while doubling the score again, by outscoring Clark 22-11, behind Natalie Scibers’ seven points. Shuman added another 4 points, and QND took a 38-19 lead into halftime, behind Barnes with 10 and two others with 9 points. Kassidy Shuman led the Lady Indians with eight.
The Lady Indians played the Lady Raiders straight up the second half. In the third quarter saw five Lady Indians score, but dropped the quarter 11-10. Shuman was leading Clark County with 10 and Chloe Barnes led QND with 15, after three quarters.
In the final quarter the Lady Indians outscored the Lady Raiders 12-11, as both teams scored 22 second half points, Daryle Goldie and Kassidy Shuman had 3 each as 5 girls scored, but the ladies fell to a very good team tonight, 60-41, but could easily been an 8 to 10 point game.
The Lady Indians were led by Kassidy Shuman with 12 points, followed by Daryle Goldie with seven, Brittany Logsdon and Brooke Wheeler had five each, Megan Wilson and Amanda Winters had four each, while Brenna Buford and Brittni Bertelli had two each.
The Lady Indians next game will be at home on December 11, as they host the Monroe City Lady Panthers. Clark County is now 2-3 on the season.