• SCHS junior Madison Shapland passes to a teammate after winning the scramble for a loose ball during Tuesday’s home win against Holcomb. (Record Photo)

Ball security

SC limits turnovers in easy win over Horns

Scott City head coach Sarah McCormick had a simple goal for her Lady Beavers on Tuesday night.

“I wanted us to focus on protecting the ball,” she emphasized.

SCHS (7-5) did that, and more, in a 46-33 win over Holcomb in Great West Activities Conference action on the home floor.

Coming off back-to-back losses in the Orange and Black Classic in which the Lady Beavers committed a total of 48 turnovers, Mc-Cormick wanted to simplify things when they returned home for the make-up game with Holcomb.

“Instead of worrying about what other teams are doing, we need to worry about what we do and doing those things better,” said McCormick. “I felt our guards secured the ball a lot better. I’m really proud of them for that.”

 

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