By Jesse Lamar
PARRISH - Lynn’s Lady Bears brought the
heat to the Parrish Lady Tornadoes, Thursday, Dec. 5. The
Lady Bears emerged victorious after a 60-43 final on Parrish’s
home court. Reagan Tittle was the leading scorer of the game, managing
22 points on her own.
The first period set the tone of the game for the
Tornadoes, the point spread remaining one sided throughout the whole
first period. With four minutes shaved off the clock, the Lady Bears
had a lead of 10-0. The Lady Tornadoes hurt themselves by only going
for big shots and not coming up with any offensive rebounds. Emma
Easley drained a 3-point field goal right on the buzzer sending the
teams into the second period with Lynn leading 19-4.
The second period came at no surprise, with Lynn
adding onto their dominant lead. Five minutes remained in the first
half of the game, and Lynn held a lead of 23-6. Parrish hit a few
3-pointers, but the points did not go unanswered. The Lady Bears kept
the fundamentals of basketball, passing around the key, using clock,
taking it inside for the easy basket. Lynn also came up with more
rebounds, offensively and defensively, to put themselves in better
scoring positions. The Lady Bears held a lead of 31-17 going into the
Parrish managed a few more points in the third
period of the game, mostly off of 3-pointers, due to their inability to
penetrate into the paint. The Lady Bear’s lead held strong
through the third period. Taking the teams into the final period of the
ballgame, Lynn led 40-28.
The fourth period kept the same tune for the
Bears, dominant basketball. The Lady Bears used the clock as an
advantage, passed around the key, took their time choosing shots and
let the clock run down on Parrish. The final score came out to be a
Lynn Lady Bear win of 60-43. The win keeps the Lady Bears with
their perfect record of 6-0.