Ware County outpointed the Lady Raiders by 32 points over the final three periods to pull away for the victory. Leading just 8-7 after one quarter, the Lady Gators used a 17-4 second period scoring advantage to open up some breathing room at 25-11 by intermission. A 13-4 run in the third quarter extended Ware County's margin to 38-15. The Lady Gators dominated the boards, especially at the offensive end. Ware County grabbed 26 offensive rebounds (47 total), but only converted those opportunities into just 12 secondchance points.
The Lady Gators forced 32 turnovers leading to 17 points. Neither team shot well from the field with Ware making just 29 percent of its field goals and the Red Raiders converting on just 20%. The Lady Gators dominated the paint outscoring Bacon County 30-8.
Shondell Vickers (team-high six rebounds, two steals, block) was the lone double-figure scorer for Ware County finishing with a game-high 10 points. Rodniqua Davis (four rebounds, steal) and Mataea Boyd (three rebounds, three steals, block) added nine points each. Waynisha Coleman (five rebounds, assist, steal) followed with eight points. Markeah Green (five rebounds, steal) netted six points with Chyna Bacon (two rebounds, two assists, steal) netting four points. Arviniece McDonald (three rebounds, team-high three assists, two steals) and Kennedy Sanders (team-high four steals, two rebounds, two assists, block) contributed two points apiece.
The Lady Gators have now won 12 consecutive game and will host South Effingham in their first Region game of the season on Friday and host Charlton County on Saturday.
*Story compliments of the WJH.
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