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WCMS girls beat Boyd
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The final week of the Warren County elementary 5-6 grade girls league started Monday night with two teams still fighting for the top spot. With one more win, the Warren County Middle School girls team will be able to call itself the regular-season champion.The Lady Pioneers got one step closer to the title Monday night with a 44-16 win over the Boyd Lady Broncos, improving to 10-1 in the process.The Dibrell Lady Wildcats kept pace by defeating the Centertown Lady Warriors 22-20, but only a Lady Pioneer loss on the final night would give Dibrell a chance to split the championship.Any hopes the Lady Pioneers would slip up against the Lady Broncos Monday went out the window in the first quarter.Warren County outscored Boyd 18-6, giving the Lady Pioneers more points in the first period than the Lady Broncos would have at the end of the game.Megan Patch and Shonacye Rutledge were terrors for the Lady Broncos. Patch scored all eight of her points in the first quarter, while Rutledge capitalized on three layups for six points.Kelsey Fults and Emily Mikkola each scored two points for the Lady Pioneers in the first period, while Boyd countered with Saylor Hodges knocking down two 3-pointers.Hailey Wood led the Lady Pioneers’ second unit in the second quarter as she scored all of her team’s points in the quarter.