By Rich Winter
A week after getting ripped 73-48 in McLaughlin, the Lady Warriors of St. Francis used the home cooking of the Warrior Dome to get past Ainsworth, Neb., 65-40 Monday night in St. Francis.
St. Francis senior Neola Spotted Tail led the way with 19 points but she had plenty of help as Haylee Quick Bear (14), Sheigh Lunderman (12) and Matilda Anderson (10) also reached double figures.
After Ainsworth took a 2-0 lead, Spotted Tail took over.
Spotted Tail drilled a trey to give St. Francis a 3-2 lead, extended that lead to 5-2 after she finished on a pretty feed from Lunderman and added another trey as St. Francis led early, 8-2.
Back-to-back layups from freshman Anderson and Quick Bear helped St. Francis lead 12-4 after one period.
Fellow senior, Sheigh Lunderman absolutely took over the game in the second period with eight points, tons of defense and a few well timed outlet passes.
Lunderman’s offensive-rebound putback upped the lead to 14-5. A Quick Bear trey followed by a Lunderman bucket and a Spotted Tail deuce and another triple from Quick Bear helped St. Francis lead 24-13.
Lunderman put back another carom found Spotted Tail for another layup and drilled a 15-footer as the Lady Warriors led 33-15 at half.
Anderson started the second half with an early bucket, hit a pair of free throws while Quick Bear notched her third trey of the game as St. Francis stretched the lead to 39-19.
Freshman Savannah Black Moon’s trey finished off the period with St. Francis leading 51-25.
Quick Bear added another deep trey, her 4th of the night to start the final stanza.
With mostly a group of reserves playing the final period, coach Ryan Holy Eagle’s squad improved to 2-5 on the season with the win.
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