Lady Warriors Roll Minatare Indians

Sioux County’s Skylar Edmund looks for a pass during the Warriors win over Minatare Friday. Photo by Kerri Rempp

The Sioux County Lady Warriors allowed just 11 points of offense by the Minatare Indians on the road Friday night.

The Warriors ran away with a 51-11 victory, with scoring by nine players. Shooting by both teams started slowly but picked up for Sioux County near the end of the first quarter. The Warriors earned a 12-2 lead by the end of the first period and extended that to 22-3 by the half-time break. Minatare managed a field goal and two free throws in the third, but Sioux County added 13 to its total to keep the game out of reach. A 16-4 run by the Warriors in the final eight minutes put the game away.

Kailey Klein was the only Sioux County player in double digits with 14 points, including a trey in each quarter.

The Warriors were scheduled to face Leyton this afternoon at home, but the game has been cancelled due to road conditions in the southern Panhandle.

Sioux County     12          10          13          16          -51

Minatare            2            1            4            4            -11

Sioux County Scoring: Karlee Juhnke – 9; Megan Comstock – 4; Zip Starkey – 1; Kailey Klein – 14; Emily Parker – 2; Rachel Krein – 8; Kodie Rempp – 6; Beth Krein – 6; Britney Klein – 2

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