Lady Rams cruise past ASC 45-27

Published 12:28 am Tuesday, November 18, 2008

WOODVILLE — Mary Claire Netterville led a balanced scoring attack with 13 points as the Lady Rams used a big fourth quarter to defeat the Lady Rebels 45-27 Monday night.

The outcome of the game was still in doubt at the end of the third quarter as WCCA (3-2) led Amite School Center (1-4) by just six points, 28-22.

However, the Lady Rams dominated the fourth quarter and outscored the Lady Rebels 17-5.

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Netterville was one of three Lady Rams players to score in double figures.

Allie Fontenot finished with 11 points and Teri Fisher scored 10 points.

For the Lady Rebels, Melanie Reed led them with a game-high 14 points.

Natchez High girls 61, McComb 52

BROOKHAVEN — The Lady Tigers had no answer for Natchez High’s Alia Frank, who scored a game-high 30 points as the Lady Bulldogs held on for a nine-point win in the first round of the Brookhaven Tournament Monday night.

Natchez High (5-2) controlled the action in the early stages of the game and took a 23-8 lead by the end of the first quarter.

The Lady Bulldogs weren’t able to add too much to their lead in the second quarter, but they still led by 17 points at halftime.

But McComb wouldn’t go away without a fight as the Lady Tigers got back in the game by outscoring Natchez High 20-12 in the third quarter.

But the Lady Bulldogs squashed the Lady Tigers’ rally attempt by matching point for point in the fourth quarter.

Brookhaven Academy girls 64, ACCS 31

BROOKHAVEN — After getting off to a slow start, the Lady Cougars showed why they are the top-ranked team in Class AA with a resounding 33-point win over the Lady Rebels Monday night.

Brookhaven Academy used a tenacious defense and balanced scoring to pull away from ACCS after leading just 12-8 at the end of the first quarter.

The second quarter was the difference for the Lady Cougars as they outscored the Lady Rebels 23-4 for a 35-12 halftime advantage.

Sara Beth Fuller scored nine points and Ashley Morrison had eight points to lead ACCS (3-2).

Anna Kate Mangold led Brookhaven Academy with 12 points and Tara Winborne added 10 points.