Article by Blake Franklin-
After suffering a defeat to the Lady Panthers earlier last week, the Scotts Hill Lady Lions basketball team looked to get back on track with a game against Adamsville, last Friday evening. The Lady Lions would be on the road in the game against the Lady Cardinals, in what is always a tough place to play. Scotts Hill stayed with the game plan that was put in place and would come away with the much-needed win. The final score of the game was 45-38, in favor of the Lady Lions.
Scotts Hill got the game started by scoring nine points in the first quarter but would allow Adamsville to record ten points to open the game. In the second quarter, the Lady Lions added 12 points to their total score and the Lady Cardinals would come away with 11 points before halftime. The score at the half was tied at 21 points between the two schools. The third quarter would see Scotts Hill record 15 points to Adamsville’s seven points. Then, in the fourth quarter of play, the Lady Lions added nine points to the scoreboard and allowed Adamsville to score ten points, but it wasn’t enough as Scotts Hill grabbed the win.
The leading scorer for the Lady Lions on the night was Julie Hampton, who finished with 14 points. Heather Bartholomew scored 13 points and Jaden Scates recorded seven points against Adamsville. Lacie Dunavant would add four points of her own in the game. Both Deanna Pusser and Kaylin Wade scored…
For the complete article, see the February 2nd edition of The Lexington Progress.