2012-11-29 / Sports

Lady Eagles still unbeaten, top Sulphur Springs, 61-56

Kaufman, Mabank also fall

Lindale’s Lady Eagles remain undefeated after posting three more wins during the past two weeks, with the most recent coming at the expense of the Sulphur Springs Lady Wildcats on Tuesday, Nov. 20 in the LHS gym, 61- 56.

The win improved Lindale’s season record to 4-0.

Prior to the win over Sulphur Springs, the Lady Eagles trounced Kaufman and beat Mabank.

Against Sulphur Springs, Neely Doss tossed in 18 points to lead the Lady Eagles, while Zhanelle Geathers added 16.

Sulphur Springs had a 14-13 lead after one period, but Lindale outscored the Lady Wildcats 18- 14 in the second period to own a 31-28 margin at the half.

Both teams took turns grabbing a lead in the third period before the Lady Eagles pulled away in the fourth quarter.

Also scoring for Lindale were Hannah Malone with eight, Natasha Malone with six, Paige Murphy with five, Symonne Brookins with four, Ashley Lacy with two and Hannah Brown with two.

The Lady Eagles were scheduled to travel to Tatum on Tuesday, Nov. 27.

LINDALE 73, KAUFMAN 23

Lindale jumped out to a blazing start and made quick work of the Kaufman Lady Lions, 73-23, at the LHS gym on Saturday, Nov. 17.

Three Lindale players scored in double figures as the Lady Eagles jumped out to an early lead and were never threatened.

Geathers scored 22 points to lead Lindale, while Natasha Malone scored 17 and Doss added 13 to fuel the Lady Eagles’ attack.

Hannah Malone scored eight, Brookins had seven, Lacy scored four and Brown and Bailee Glasscock each scored one point to round out the scoring for the Lady Eagles.

LINDALE 63, MABANK 40

With Geathers pouring in 32 points, the Lindale Lady Eagles trounced Mabank’s Lady Panthers, 63-40, on Tuesday, Nov. 13 in Mabank.

The Lady Eagles raced out to a 19-4 lead after one period and built their margin to 36-14 at the half.

Mabank made some headway in the second half, but by that time Lindale’s bench was emptied and the outcome was a foregone conclusion.

Also scoring in double digits for the Lady Eagles was Natasha Malone with 11 points. Murphy added eight points and Brookins chipped in with seven while Doss had three points and Bailee Glasscock scored two.

Geathers was also the leading rebounder with eight, while Natasha Malone had six.

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