Lady Warriors eye ECCC tournament after 63-34 victory over Louisville
Wednesday, November 21, 2012 12:00 AM
The Choctaw Central Lady Warriors haven't played very many games in the 2012-2013 prep basketball season, and that concerns head coach Bill Smith.
The Lady Warriors improved to 3-0 with a 63-34 victory over Louisville on Saturday night. The Lady Warriors led 32-16 at the half and dominated throughout the game but Smith wishes they were playing more.
"That's the way the schedule is right now, but we need to be playing more," Smith said. "We haven't been able to get into a routine yet but that will come."
Lashayla McMillan scored 13 points to lead Choctaw Central past Louisville. Kristen Dixon and Titianna Barojas both added 10 points.
The Choctaw Central boys improved to 3-1 with a 69-65 win over Louisville. The Warriors led 45-40 at the half and held on for the victory.
Trey Lilly scored 28 points to lead the Warriors while Dalton Clegg, SheChem Grant and Jennara Boin all added 12 points.
Both Choctaw Central teams will be back in action after Thanksgiving when they play in the East Central Community College tournament.
The Warriors open Monday at 8:30 against Newton County while the Lady Warriors played Tuesday 7 p.m. against the winner of the Lake and Newton County game.
Last week was a busy one for the Warrior soccer teams.
The Choctaw Central girls beat West Point 6-0 and the Math School 4-0.
The Lady Warriors led all the way against West Point. Jashaunique Steve scored three goals while Robin Routh added two goals and Breena Charlie scored one. Precious Favre was the winning goalie.
Choctaw Central then defeated the Math School 4-0. Steve scored two goals while Routh and Allandra York both scored one goal. The Warriors went 1-2 last week. The defeated West Point 3-2 and lost to the Math School 1-0 and to Neshoba Central 5-0.
Evan Bell scored two goals for the Lady Warriors against West Point while Trushaun Berry added another goal.
Choctaw Central will be of the week of the Thanksgiving holidays. Choctaw Central will travel to Northeast Lauderdale the following Tuesday.