The Tug Valley Lady Panthers moved their record to 2-0 on the season as they won on the road against the Man Lady Billies, 51-22, on Monday.
The Lady Panthers jumped out early, taking an 18-4 lead after the first period. Tug Valley increased its lead to 36-10 at the half. The Lady Panthers held a 49-17 advantage after three quarters and cruised from there.
Kenzie Browning led Tug Valley with 21 points. Bailee Hall and Katelynn Richardson followed with 11 points each. Haven Deskins and Riley Porter followed with 3 points each. Mindi Dearnell finished with 2 points.
For Man, Jenna Baisden led the way with 10 points. Megan McCoy had 4 points. Jace Basiden and Taylor Wheatley each scored 3 points. Braylee Thompson finished with 2 points.
Tug Valley will play on Tuesday on the road at Martin County at 7:30 pm.
Man will host Scott on Tuesday at 7 pm.
Photo Courtesy of Karen Watts