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Terrazas leads Lady Pioneers
WCMS Lady Pioneer Kyra Perkins, left, faces the tough defense of Lady Wildcat Ky Damon in Dibrell on Monday night as the Warren County Middle School girls trumped Dibrell.

Opening a new season in  5-6 grade elementary basketball, Warren County’s Middle School Lady Pioneers took off with an early lead, never to relinquish, as they defeated the Lady Wildcats 32-12 in Dibrell Monday night.
Commanding underneath and playing clean, the Lady Pioneers set up nicely on each drive as leading scorer Rosa Terrazas had 8 points, some off the rebound. It was a team effort. Seven Warren County Middle School girls added to the total score.
“We’re getting better every day,” said WCMS head coach Leanne Pelham-Morrison, whose team lost to Eastside in the preseason tournament but won a 29-8 decider over the Irving College Lady Tigers to clinch the consolation bracket.
The Lady Pioneers put up an aggressive defense, but despite Lady Wildcat Gracie Randolph’s 9 points, they didn’t convert on many scoring opportunities providing a path for the Lady Pioneers who did.
Also scoring for Warren County Middle School girls were Samantha McCormick with 7 points, Kinslee Grissom and Mary Grace Martin both with 6 points, Jacie Hodges and Lydia White hit for 2 points each and Kyra Perkins was good for 1 point from the line.
Rounding out the score for Dibrell were  Hailey Childress with 2 points and Sara Davis had 1 point.