Lady Indians Down No. Shelby

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-Lady Indians Down No. Shelby

The Lady Indians got off to a slow start on the road at
North Shelby last Tuesday.  Britni
Bertelli led Clark County in the first period, scoring six points.  Rachel Daw and C?ady Flood had two each, but
the Lady Indians trailed 12-10 after one period.

Clark County took control in the second, exploding for 24
point while hold the Lady Raiders to only six. 
Brooke Wheeler had the hot hand for 11. 
Megan Brennan added five more, Flood had two, and Leighanne Moulder and
Kayla Buschling had two each.  At the
half, Clark County had a 34-18 lead.

Wheeler kept up the pressure in the third period, picking up
another ten points.  Daw and Flood added
two each, and the Lady Indians held a 48-22 lead after three.

Brianna Alderton came off the bench to lead the Indians in
the final quarter.  Alderton had six
points, while Buschling, Wheeler and Bertelli each added two more.  The Lady Indians closed out the Tri-Rivers
Conference season with a 60-31 win on the road.

Brooke Wheeler led the Lady Indians with 23 points.  Cady Flood and Britni Bertelli had eight
each.  Brianna Alderton had six, Megan
Brennan had five and Rachel Daw and Kayla Buschling added four each.  Leighanne Moulder finished with two points.