March 19, 2009
Lady Tigers Nearly Perfect on JV Schedule
The search for perfection came to an end late in the season, but overall Scotland County’s junior varsity girls basketball program enjoyed a tremendously successful 2008-09 season.
After a perfect 11-0 start to the year, an undermanned SCR-I squad stumbled in a 26-22 loss to Knox County followed by a defeat at Clark County. But SCR-I rebounded to win the season finale against the very-same Lady Indians to close out the year with a 12-2 mark.
The winning ways began on November 25th with a 35-23 victory over Knox County. Anna Duley led the lady Tigers with 16 points.
SCR-I routed the Rams of Schuyler County 52-11 on December 1. Jamie Shaw was top scorer with 14 points. Loren Smith and Duley each added 11 points.
The Lady Tigers tripled up Putnam County, 36-12 on December 12th. Duley scored 10 points in the win and Shaw finished with eight.
Centerville was no match for the Lady Tigers in a 34-14 win December 15th. Duley and Smith combined for 20 points to pace their squad.
A 42-8 win over Schuyler County improved SCR-I to 5-0 on the season. Shaw put in 13 points while Skyler Alderton added eight points.
Cali Holt had eight points and Duley added 10 points as SCR-I bested North Shelby 39-19 on January 12th.
The win streak grew to seven games after the Lady Tigers crushed Canton 42-16. Kiley Frazier was the leading scorer with 12 points. Shaw added 10 points and Holt chipped in with nine.
SCR-I survived its first scare of the year on January 29th. The Lady Tigers broke a 16-16 third period tie to best the Midgets 27-22. Shaw topped the attack with 12 points.
Scotland County closed out January undefeated with a 53-18 demolition of Canton. Frazier, Duley Shaw and Katie Shalley combined for 32 points.
The squad hit double-digits in victories by besting Clark County 22-14 in a defensive battle. Shaw was the top scorer with eight points.
Brookfield fell to SCR-I 31-10 on February 6th. The inside game of Shaw and Smith accounted for 20 points. Courtney Jackson pitched in with four points.
The win streak was halted at 11 games in a 26-22 defeat by Knox County.
Clark County made it two in a row with a 46-37 defeat. Alderton, Frazier and Holt each had nine points in the loss.
The season ended on a high note on February 19th as the Lady Tigers avenged the loss with a 34-28 victory over the Lady Indians. Shaw topped the scorebook with 12 points. Alderton finished with nine.