By Herb Butler
The Clark County Lady Indians traveled to Canton to take on one of the hottest girls teams in our area, state ranked in 2-A. The Lady Indians came out and took a seven point lead, but that did not last long, as the Lady Tigers came back and led 11-8 after one quarter. Amanda Winters led Clark with four. Daryle Goldie tired to bring the Lady Indians back into the game, as she put in eight points to lead the Lady Indians 16-15, but trailed, 26-24 at halftime, behind Goldie's 10 first half points. Kassidy Shuman picked up her second foul and had to sit the entire first half with only two points.
The Lady Indians came out in the third quarter. Goldie hit another 3 and had five points, Kassidy Shuman had four, but Canton took a 14-12 quarter, and led the Lady Indians, 40-36, after three quarters.
Both teams scored seven points in the final quarter, after winning the conference undefeated, and winning eight in a row, Clark County took a 47-43 loss to the Canon Lady Tigers.
The Canton Lady Tigers went to the free throw line 23 times, and made 11, and Clark County shot seven, and made five.
The Lady Indians were led by Daryle Goldie with 15 points, followed by Kassidy Shuman with 10, Brittany Logsdon and Amanda Winters each had seven , while Megan Wilson and Brittni Bertelli each added two.
The Lady Indians will end their regular season at home on Tuesday night against the Highland Lady Cougars.