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Lady Tiger Basketball drills McComb for BVC win

The North Baltimore High School Lady Tiger Basketball team hosted the Panthers of McComb on Tuesday evening. NB won 44-34 in the Blanchard Valley Conference girls basketball contest.

Here is the statistical roundup from Coach Adam Burris:
Lindsay Davis- 6 Points- 3 two pointers
Bailey Boyer- 5 Points- one 3 pointer 1 two pointer
Lacey Trumbull- 12 Points- 6 two pointers- 9 rebounds
Kiah Powell- 4 points 2 two pointers-  rebounds
Emma Rister- 4 points 2 two pointers
Olivia Frost- 13 points- 1 three pointer, 4 two pointers, 2-3 from the line
Raegan Fleckner- 4 assists
Team Rebounds: NB 37 McComb 17

Turnovers- NB 15 McComb 14

Coach Burris said: “We started out strong, then McComb made a defensive switch and made it a 5-point game at half time. I told the girls that the first 3 minutes of the 3rd quarter will be crucial, and we came out and had a 13 point quarter, compared to their 6 point quarter.
“We still have some things to work on, but the coaching staff likes the progress we are making as a team. It feels good to win a couple in a row, and hopefully we can keep it up against Old Fort on Saturday, who will be very tough!”
The Tigers improve to 4-3, 2-2 BVC.
McComb (0-8, 0-4) was led by Hailey Buck who hit three 3-pointers, leading the visitors with 11 points.

Photos by Scott Ferguson:

GBB Mc warm ups
warm ups
NB vs. McComb

GBB Mc O Frost
Olivia Frost was in denial mode
NB vs. McComb
GBB Mc Davis
Lindsay Davis for 2

NB vs. McComb

GBB Mc Trumbull
Lacey Trumbull lays it in
GBB Mc halftime shoot around
Half-time Shoot- around by the young fans
GBB Mc Rister
Emma Rister drives to the hoop
Editors Note (by Sue M) : Good Sportsmanship moment : As the teams left the floor after the game, Lacey Trumbull went out of her way to apologize to a McComb player whom she had collided with earlier, and to check on her condition, to which the McComb gal responded, “Don’t worry about it, I’m fine” Way to Go, Lacey!

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