The Southwood Lady Knights traveled to Madison-Grant Monday to take on the 3-1 Argylls, falling to the host 51-44.
The Knights fell behind by 14 in the first half before closing the lead to one point in the second quarter, but trailed by 6 at halftime. The Knights started the third quarter slowly as Madison-Grant built their lead to 16 points. The Knights again mounted a comeback closing the lead to 4 points but Madison-Grant made free throws down the stretch for earn the victory.
The Knights shot extremely poor to seal their defeat as they shot 9.1% from the field which included 5.4% from three. Conversely, the Knights were 17-20 from the free throw line and out rebounded the taller Argylls by one. Of note, the Knights garnered 20 offensive rebounds.
Brooke Elliott 15 points 9 rebounds 2 assists 2 steals 1 blocked shot 6 pass deflections
Taylor Heath 9 points 8 rebounds 2 assist 1 steal 1 pass deflection
Kassidy Atwood 8 points 7 rebounds 2 steals 6 blocked shots 3 pass deflections
Makenna Dawes 4 points 6 rebounds 2 assists 3 steals and 5 pass deflections
Alissa Pershing 4 points 1 rebound 2 steals 2 blocked shots and 4 pass deflections
Morgan Farr 1 point 1 rebound
Kassity Simpson 1 rebound and one pass deflection
Pershing played her best game of the year and Simpson and Dawes played a tremendous defensive game
|Makenna Dawes (Sr)||4|
|Taylor Heath (Sr)||9|
|Alissa Pershing (So)||4|
|Ashley Parson (Sr)||3|
|Morgan Farr (So)||1|
|Kassidy Atwood (Sr)||8|
|Brooke Elliott (Sr)||15|
|Athlete Name||Off||Def||Tot Reb||Ast||Stls||TO||Blk||Defl|
|Makenna Dawes (Sr)||2||4||6||2||3||2||0||5|
|Kassity Simpson (So)||0||1||1||0||0||1||0||1|
|Taylor Heath (Sr)||3||5||8||2||1||2||0||1|
|Alissa Pershing (So)||1||0||1||0||2||0||2||2|
|Ashley Parson (Sr)||2||3||5||1||2||2||0||2|
|Morgan Farr (So)||1||0||1||0||0||1|
|Kassidy Atwood (Sr)||2||5||7||0||2||2||6||3|
|Brooke Elliott (Sr)||6||3||9||2||2||1||1||5|
The JV lady Knights picked up win number 2 on the season with a victory over Madison Grant 37-31.
The Kinghts were trailing by 6 late in the third quarter when the momentum shifted with good defense led by Jessica Brubaker, Olivia Adams and Sydney Helfin. The Knigyts held the Argylls to 2 points the rest of the game.
Makayla Bechtold 10 points, Helfin 7, Makenna Pace 6, Kayla Mays 5 and 11 rebounds, Erin Lehner 3, Gouveia, Hunt and Simpson rounded out the scoring each with a bucket.
The Knights play at home on Wednesday versus Eastbrook