Article by Blake Franklin-
The Lady Lions were scheduled to play a home game against Middleton on Thursday, December 16 but the south part of Henderson County was still without power due to recent storms that hit the area. So, Scotts Hill took to the road to take on Middleton that night. The change of venue didn’t seem to matter too much as Scotts Hill ran away with this one. The Lady Lions would take a demanding win by the final score of 69-45.
Scotts Hill was able to pull in 21 offensive rebounds as a team in the contest. The Lady Lions also secured seven defensive rebounds on the night, as well.
To go along with the rebounds, Scotts Hill would secure six steals and a block in the game. The Lady Lions would commit ten turnovers against Middleton, though. The team had seven assists on the night.
The leading scorer for the Lady Lions was Jaden Scates who finished with 18 points. Julie Hampton added another ten points for Scotts Hill. Both Lacie Dunavant and Heather Bartholomew each scored nine points apiece. Kaylin Wade netted seven points to go along with Lana Wulfert’s six points. Brooklyn Wilkerson added another…
For the complete article, see the December 22nd edition of The Lexington Progress.