JV Ladies stop ’Boro two to one
Coach Ginger Jones said though the ladies didn’t make a great start, they were able to adjust defensively and control the tempo of the game. That made it a good win, she said.
“I am very proud of how hard our team plays,” Jones said. “Each week we are playing smarter, and are able to finish plays that we weren’t able to do the week before.”
Jones credited Jessica Borden with hitting a couple of big shots that permitted the ladies to pull away from Woodsboro in the second half. Devan Murray not only led the scoring (17 points), but acted as ball distributor to the team as well, Jones said.
“Brenna Martin did her usual thing by controlling the boards,” Jones added.
Borden and Kellie Owens followed Murray in scoring, with four points apiece. Martin hit three and Missy Gilbreath contributed two points.
“These kids are fun to watch,” Jones said.