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Well executed offensive plays led to an abundance of scoring by nine different Lady Coyotes. They hit the court running and put the Lady Vikings in a hole they could not dig out of.“I thought we did some good things tonight. Offensively, we were able to run our offense almost perfectly at some points,“ Lady Coyote’s head coach Rebecca Rideau said. “Defensively, we are still getting beat back in transition. We’ve got some kinks that we need to work out, but overall I think they are playing okay.”
Ariana Prather led the Lady Coyotes charge with 19 points. Shayla Smith scored 10 and Quynerria Davis added 9.
Full court pressure by the Lady Coyotes paid off with several turnovers by the Lady Vikings. When the Lady Vikings did get good looks, they struggled to convert.
Keya Ross was the Lady Vikings most effective offensive weapon. Her 18 points were half the Lady Vikings total score.
The Lady Vikings were held to single digit scoring in two of the four periods. They continued to fight the whole game and actually outscored the Lady Coyotes in the fourth period.
Seven different Lady Vikings scored in the game.
The Lady Coyotes outscored the Lady Vikings 15-6 in the first period. The Lady Vikings got within 8 points, 19-11 in the second. That was close as they got to the Lady Coyotes in the game.
The win improves the Lady Coyotes to 4-4. The Lady Vikings still have just one victory this season at 1-6.
West Creek 58, Northwest 37
West Creek: Ariana Prather 19, Quynerria Davis 9, Shayla Faith 10, Latoya Winters 6, Tyisha Worthy 6, Janya Almon 2, Madison Kurtz 2, Aliah Mcphaul 2, Jamerial Chandler 2
Northwest: Keya Ross 18, Taylor Comeaux 5, Kayla Bradley 5, Madeline Jones 4, Taylor Senseney 2, Tiara Hines 2, Skyler Dixon 1
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