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Girls Basketball Alone in 1st After 2nd Half Rally Vs. Carrollton

Grace Jackson Louisville Leopards Vs. Carrollton Warriors Girls Basketball 2016

Louisville 42, Carrollton 31

The Louisville Lady Leopards Girls Varsity Basketball team used a second half rally to down the visiting Beatty's Louisville Leopards Pink Shirt Winter 2015Carrollton Warriors 42-31 at LHS Saturday Afternoon. The victory leaves Louisville alone in first place in the NBC with an overall record of 9-1 and an NBC mark of 7-0.

Abby Beaver led the Leopards with a game-high 12 points, 7 rebounds, and a game-high 4 steals. Sabryna Benzel also pulled down a game-high 10 rebounds & scored 8 points, Emily Hollifield added 8 points & had 2 steals, and Sarah Lairson finished with 8 points, 9 rebounds, & 1 monster block.

The Warriors took an early 9-2 lead in the opening minutes and led by as many as 9 in the first half. Louisville narrowed the deficit to 18-13 by halftime, but Carrollton surged ahead to 22-15 before Leopards Head Coach Garee McCully called timeout with 6:16 left in the third quarter.

Louisville regrouped during the stoppage and scored the next three baskets. Beaver stopped and popped for the first field goal. She followed by intercepting a Warrior pass on the other end and pushed it ahead to Hollifield who drove hard to the rack for two more. A few plays later, Benzel hustled after a Carrollton miss and tipped it to Beaver. A fast break ensued and Beaver’s magic continued with a cross the lane pass to Alexa Oberster who laid it. That cut the deficit to 22-21.

The Warriors tacked on a free throw next, but were held scoreless from the field for a span of 4:06 during the stretch. Lairson added a putback for the Leopards to knot the game at 23-23. Then Mikayla Poole stopped the bleeding with a drive and score to put Carrollton back in front 25-23 with 2:10 left to play in the third.

On the ensuing possession, Beaver hit a trey from the right wing to give Louisville their first lead of the Order Leopard Nation Highlight Videocontest. The Warriors tied the game at 26-26 before the buzzer sounded indicating the end of the third. However, Beaver hit home another three-pointer from the left corner to open up the scoring in the fourth.

Following that, a pair of Grace Jackson free throws extended the Leopards lead to 31-26 with 5:32 left to play. The Warriors would get as close as 31-29 from a basket by Cailee Husted with under four minutes to go. But baskets by Lairson and Hollifield kick started an 11-0 Louisville run to bury Carrollton’s comeback hopes.

Despite a height disadvantage, the Leopards out-rebounded the Warriors 37-29 for the game. Neither team shot well from the floor, but Louisville also held that edge by making 15 of 51 (29%) field goals to Carrollton’s 12 of 55 (22%) effort. Each team shot just 14% from beyond the arch for the game as well.

The Warriors (10-5, 6-1) were led by Mikayla Poole who scored a team-high 10. Angela Starre also finished with 8 points & 8 rebounds, Ali Poole recorded 5 points & 4 steals, and Roz Pridemore ended the afternoon with a game-high 10 boards for Carrollton.

The Lady Leopards victory snaps a string of 5-straight previous losses to the Warriors. Louisville now leads the all-time series 35-21, which includes 20-9 record at LHS. The win also marks the fourth time that the Leopards have won after trailing at the half this season.

UP NEXT: The Lady Leopards will next host the Canfield Cardinals on Wednesday, January 6. JV will begin at 6:00 PM and Varsity will follow around 7:30 PM.

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Team 1-2-3-4–TOTAL

Carrollton 11-7-8-5–31

Louisville 6-7-13-16–42

Carrollton Warriors at Louisville Leopards Girls Basketball Box Score 1-2-2016

Records: Louisville 9-1, 7-0; Carrollton 10-5, 6-1

JV: Louisville 33, Carrollton 23

The Lady Leopards JV Squad earned a double digit 33-23 victory over the visiting Warriors Saturday at Order Leopard Nation Highlight VideoLHS. Louisville has now won 9 straight games after losing the opener to GlenOak. They are now 9-1 overall and an undefeated 7-0 against NBC foes.

Alexis Beaver scored the Leopards first 9 points of the game and finished with a game-high 14. Erin Hahn also scored 6 and Jenna Agnone & Hanna Lautzenheiser dropped in 4 points each.

Carrollton was led by Maysie Rogers who scored a team-high 10 points. Cassidy Laizure also scored 5 and Chloe Glass added 4 for the Warriors.



WARRIORS: Rogers 3 4-8 10, Laizure 2 0-2 5, Glass 2 0-0 4, Monigold 1 0-0 2, Wells 1 0-0 2, Leary 0 0-2 0. TOTAL 9 4-13 23

3-Pointers (1): Laizure

Team FT: 4-13 31%

LEOPARDS: Beaver 6 2-3 14, Hahn 1 4-6 6, Agnone 2 0-0 4, Lautzenheiser 2 0-2 4, Galentine 1 1-1 3, Israel 1 0-0 2, Guiley 0 0-2 0. TOTAL 13 7-14 33.

3-Pointers: None

Team FT: 7-14 50%

Team 1-2-3-4–TOTAL

Carrollton 4-6-5-8–23

Louisville 13-4-2-14–33

Fouls: 17-17

Turnovers: 28-19 Carrollton

Records: Louisville 9-1, 7-0

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