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2012-11-22 / Sports

LMS Lady Basketball News

by Mark Strain

The Lexington Middle School Lady Eagle Basketball season got off to a rocky start on Thursday evening, November 15th at the host site in Cameron, Texas. The Middle School Lady Eagles started off the night with a combined 7th and 8th grade B team. The Lady Cameron Yoe were able to jump out front and take the lead to the end of the game, winning 24-6. The 6 points for Lexington were scored 2 by 7th grader Ma’Kayla Atkins, 2 by 8th grader Stormy Mayeux and 2 by the Cameron Yoe when the young lady made a nice shot on the wrong goal.

The Lexington Middle School Lady Eagle 7A team faired a little better in their debut, but fell to the Lady Yoe by a score of 27-15. Katie Washington, Kegan Walch and Madison Iselt played well for the young Eagles. Washington had 5pts, 4 rebounds, 2 steals and 1 block. Keanna Clemons had 4 pts, 5 rebounds and 8 steals. Others scoring for Lexington were 2 by Walch and 2 by Iselt. 2 Lexington points were unaccounted for on the stat sheet.

The last game of the night was the 8A team. The opposing players stepped out onto the court and it was immediately obvious that Cameron had a distinct height advantage. Cameron won the opening tip-off, but NOTHING else. The Eagle 8A team played very aggressively, with fast breaks, full court pressure and good shooting. By periods, the scoring went in favor of the Eagles 16-4, 23-6, 33-12 and a final winning score of 38-21. Jaclyn Alford had 10 pts, 6 rebounds, 4 steals and 2 assists. Courntey Strainhad9pts,includinga3point shot and 3 assists. Madison Stefek had 8 pts, 2 rebounds, 5 steals and 1 assist. Kynslie Meyer had 4 pts, 2 rebounds and 3 steals. Magen Walch had 4 pts, 1 rebound and 3 steals. Clarrissa Parker had 3 pts and 4 rebounds. Mariah Garza had 2 rebounds, 2 steals and 1 assist.

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