Guards find shooting touch, confidence in romp over Cimarron

A perimeter game that has eluded the Scott City girls for most of the summer finally made an appearance in their final league game on Tuesday evening. Scott City drained four treys and collected 25 points from their guards in a 48-29 rout over Cimarron on the home floor. In their earlier game against Ulysses, head coach Sarah McCormick was repeatedly encouraging her guards to shoot when they had the opportunity. Against Cimarron, more of those outside shots were falling and the growing level of confidence was evident.

With junior guard Madison Shapland unable to play, Scott City had to rely primarily on sophomores and freshmen for their ball handling and their perimeter offense.

 

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