The top-ranked (Class AA) Mingo Central Lady Miners suffered their second loss of the season as the feel on the road at 3rd-ranked (Class AA) Summers County, 37-33, on Saturday.
The Lady Miners (18-2) took a 17-8 lead after the quarter, but Summers County battled back to cut Mingo Central’s lead to 19-16 at the half. Summers County kept battling and knotted the score at 26-26 after three quarters. Summers County outscored the Lady Miners, 11-7 to pull out the win in the fourth quarter.
Addie Smith led the way for Mingo Central with 19 points. Jenna Sparks, Bella Hall and Madisyn Curry scored 4 points apiece. DaLaney Grimmett chipped in 2 points.
Gracie Harvey paced Summers County with 18 points.
Mingo Central will next play on Tuesday at Lincoln County. The game tips off at 7 pm.
Mingo Central (33) – Addie Smith 19, Jenna Sparks 4, Bella Hall 4, Madisyn Curry 4, DaLaney Grimmett 2
Summers County (37) – Gracie Harvey 18, Avery Lilly 11, Sullivan Pivont 3, Liv Meador 3, Abby Persinger 2
Photo Courtesy of Samantha Waine