Edmonson Bounces Back With 70-26 Win
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After a 25-point loss on the road Tuesday night against Breckinridge County, the Lady Cats were looking to turn things around at home against Warren East. Needless to say, a 70-26 win over the Lady Raiders was certainly a turnaround.
"We put a game plan together and these girls followed it to a T," said Head Coach Bart Weaver. "Our big focus was to block out, rebound, and go get balls. They did that right on point."
Led by sophomore point guard Katie Lindsey with 18 points, the Lady Cats put points on the board with lots of defense. Warren East struggled with the zone from Edmonson County and in turn, the Lady Cats put up some easy baskets.
Edmonson County also handled the pressure well from East, something with which the Lady Cats struggled mightily against Breck on Tuesday.
"It was real important that we come out and establish good ball control against a press and I think we did that," said Weaver. Tuesday night turnovers hurt Edmonson County (24 of them), but they limited those to only 10 against East.
Also scoring for the Lady Cats were Lauren Ballance with 13, Madison Harrison had 9, Emma Rose Vincent had 8, Chanley Logsdon and Mia Goad each had 7, and Macy McCombs and Josi Morrison had 4 apiece.
The Lady Cats are now 1-1 on the season and are scheduled to take on Cumberland County at home Saturday at 3pm. District play begins next week with Trinity on the road and Grayson County at home.