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December 6, 2013

Stonewall-Wanette Girls Capsule

Calvin — Wednesday, Dec. 4

Pontotoc Conference Tournament at Calvin


Stonewall 71, Wanette 12

STONEWALL 32 12 15 12  —  71

WANETTE   0   4   2   6  —  12

STONEWALL: Shania Bills 19, Taylor Barrett 16, Tana Davis 8, Mackenzie Davis 7, Shelby Boudreaux 7, Sarah Monday 6, Allie Denson 6, Amity Johnson 2.

WANETTE: Courtney Williams 8, Brittan Morris 2, Taylor Henson 2.

3-point goals: Barrett 2, T. Davis, Boudreaux (S)

Fouled out: Johnson (S)

NOTEWORTHY: Senior Shania Bills tallied 19 points and recorded three steals to fuel the Lady Longhorns' rout of Wanette in a consolation bracket game Wednesday in the Pontotoc Conference Tournament. Freshman Taylor Barrett popped in a pair of treys and finished with 16 points to go with a game-leading five steals for Stonewall. Sophomore Tana Davis followed with eight points, including one trey, and had a pair of steals. Mackenzie Davis, who recorded two assists, and Shelby Boudreaux, with one 3-pointer, chipped in seven points each. Sarah Monday and Allie Denson ended up with six points apiece. Monday also totaled four steals while Denson grabbed four rebounds, dished out a pair of assists and tacked on four steals. Courtney Williams topped Wanette with eight points and seven boards. The Lady Longhorns blazed to a 32-0 cushion after one quarter and went on to a 44-4 halftime advantage. Stonewall then went on a 15-2 scoring barrage in the third quarter. Stonewall compiled a team total 20 steals as the Lady Tigers committed 35 turnovers. The Lady Longhorns ended up with just eight turnovers.

COACH’S QUOTE: “We got lots of kids some good minutes. I hope we get to finish the tournament.” — Stonewall head coach Brian Davis.


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