Warren County High School freshman Lady Pioneers played host to the Lady Red Raiders on Monday night and dropped the contest, 53-31.
The Lady Pioneer freshman team couldn’t work its way inside, and was relegated to taking the low-percentage 3-point shot attempts they resorted to, often before testing the defense.
One reason for the lack of gelling as an offense is the Lady Pioneers don’t often get a chance to play as a cohesive unit. Monday was their second game.
“We had an off night,” said Warren County freshman coach Michael Thrower. “We need to focus back on the basics, on the little things, then the big things will take care of themselves.”
Warren County dropped behind early, 30-14, at the break and had a bad third quarter. By the time the fourth-quarter began, it was an insurmountable deficit.
Beth Vaughn led the offense for the Lady Pioneers, earning 11 points in the contest, followed by Savannah Cox who hit for 6 points.
Kapri Talley hit for 5 points, Kenley Cathcart dialed long distance for 3 points, and Emily Fults went 3-of-4 from the foul line for 3 points, Hannah Lee hit for 2 points and Hallie Jo Pennington scored 1 point.
Morgan Jones led the Lady Red Raider scoring with 21 points.