• it wasn’t to be
    Scott City senior Madison Shapland battles with two Halstead players for control of the ball near mid-court during last week’s Class 3A state tournament opener in Hutchinson. (Record Photo)
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    SCHS head coach Sarah McCormick gives her team instructions during a fourth quarter timeout. (Record Photo)
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    Emily Weathers (left) and Lyndi Rumford celebrate after a steal by Madison Shapland (24) led to a foul and a free throw that tied the game, 33-33, with just 1:38 left in regulation against the Lady Dragons. (Record Photo)
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    Scott City senior Lyndi Rumford gets ready to pass to a teammate after being double-teamed during fourth quarter action in the state tournament. (Record Photo)
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    Sophomore guard Amber Latta shoots a floater in the lane during state tournament action last Thursday. (Record Photo)
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    SCHS head coach Sarah McCormick lets an official know what she thinks about a foul that wasn’t called during second half action against Halstead in the state tournament. (Record Photo)

it wasn’t to be

2OT loss means another early exit for SC girls

For 24 minutes, the Scott Community High School girls were firmly in control of their Class 3A state tournament opener against Halstead.

Their defense had made six-foot junior Karenna Gerber a nonfactor through the first three quarters - limiting her to just eight points - and SCHS had managed just enough offense to build a 29-20 lead.

However, it also felt that Scott City may have missed key opportunities to build on their advantage while the Lady Dragon offense was struggling. A nine point lead entering the final period was good, but not good enough.

 

 

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