Lady Indians roll over Lingleville
Balanced scoring and a dogged defensive effort helped the Lipan Lady Indians blow out the Lingleville Lady Cardinals 82-30 at home Thursday.
Lipan won the tip and immediately started feeding the ball to Maggie Peacock in the low post. Peacock scored 12 points in the first quarter, with some coming in the half court offense but most occurring on fast breaks. Lipan kept forcing Lingleville into turnovers and capitalized on the other end, leading 27-4 after the first quarter.
The second quarter brought more of the same. Madison Moudy scored six points in the second quarter and Lipan continued to frustrate the Lingleville offense as the Lady Indians took a 43-8 lead into halftime.
The third quarter was highlighted by Taylor Clark’s eight points, including a four-point play after she was fouled on a three-pointer. Taylor Grove also scored six points in the third, and Lipan led 65-17 heading into the final eight minutes.
The guards started scoring for the Lady Indians in the fourth quarter. Lily Cogdill had four, including a layup off a smooth backdoor cut, Marti Seymour buried a three-pointer and another jumper and Brailey Redwine snuck into the paint for a layup.
Peacock and Clark both finished with 18 points to lead Lipan. Grove scored 14, Moudy added 13, Seymour scored seven, Cogdill and Blair Vance had four and Hayley Little and Redwine each had two.
The Lady Indians were 19-4 (3-0 in District 19-1A) after Thursday’s game. Lipan was ranked No. 12 in the state in the most recent Texas Girls Coaches Association Class 1A poll, which came out Dec.
20. The Lady Indians have since won the consolation bracket at the Tenaha Holiday Hoops Tournament.
Lipan played Bluff Dale at home Friday. The Lady Indians will host Rising Star at 6 p.m. Tuesday.
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