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Lady Broncos take care of business
Boyd Christian High School Lady Bronco Emma Rhoton eyes a shot from the baseline during Tuesday nights senior night. Rhoton is a senior and was honored during the break between games.
Saving their best for last, the Boyd Christian Lady Broncos outscored the FCA Lady Falcons 45-17 in second-half game play. Add that to the 10-point lead they had at the half and you have a 72-34 shellacking courtesy of the Lady Broncos, a gift to their fans on senior night.Boyd already had a 10-point advantage leading 17-10 at the break.Playing fundamentally strong basketball right out of the textbook, the Lady Broncos worked inside and outhustled the Lady Falcons on both ends of the court, including the charity stripe. Hitting 9-of-12 from the foul line for 75 percent, plus their prowess in the paint, opened up the outside shot which the Lady Broncos exploited to the tune of eight treys in the contest racking up 24 points by dialing long distance.The Lady Falcons didn’t have many opportunities from the foul line, hitting 3-of-5 for 60 percent.Boyd distributed the basketball well with Mackinzie Pistole heading up the scoring with 24 points, followed closely by Morgan DeWeese and Rhiannon Hoover with 16 and 15 points, respectively.Hoover also served as point guard, quarterbacking the plays for the Lady Broncos while DeWeese and Pistole played the boards on both ends allowing them to make their own shot on several occasions during the ballgame.