In a wild and wooly contest to say the least, the Seymour Lady Eagles ran away and left the South-Doyle Cherokees by a score of 72-48 in front of a packed home crowd at Seymour.
The game had a lot of offense but not a lot of defense in Seymour’s first District 2-AAA contest of the season.
The score was locked after the first quarter 18-18 as the scoring duties were spread evenly among Lexi Justus, Kasey Norman, Victoria Nelson and Caroline Ford.
In the second quarter, Mariah Flynn took over inside as she put up 8 points. Norman assisted with 6 including a trey to give Seymour a 38-29 lead at the half. The inside-out duo combined for 14 of the team’s 20 points scored in the second quarter.... read the rest of the story by Subscribing now.