Baldwin girls bounce back to defeat Anderson County
Louisburg — The Baldwin High School girls forced Anderson County into 19 first-half turnovers as they cruised to a 62-39 victory Tuesday in the Bulldog-Wildcat Classic.
Each team in the six-team early season tournament plays two games in pool play to determine brackets for a final round of play. Baldwin lost Monday 60-58 to Chanute. It will play for third-place Friday against an as-yet undeterred opponent from the other pool.
Baldwin bounced back for the first-game loss, coming out aggressively and putting the game away early. The Bulldogs scored the first 11 points in the game on their way to a 19-6 lead. Anderson County had 12 turnovers in the opening period against Baldwin’s full-court pressure and trapping half-court defense and didn’t get a shot at the basket until six minutes into the game.
Baldwin senior Kyna Smith led all scorers with 18 points and connected on five three-pointers.
BHS 19 17 13 13 - 62
ACHS 6 12 13 8 - 39 [
Fayth Peterson 2, Abby Ogle 10, Taylor Cawley 11, Kyna Smith 18, Madeline Neufeld 7, Lily Fursman 3, Riley O’Rourke 6, Kayla Kurtz 5
ACHS scoring: Adrianna Pedrow 8, Maci Rockers 4, Madson Ratliff 6, Shylie Scheckel 2, Emily Fritz 9, Paige Scheckel 10
(Look for an update to the story Wednesday)
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