By JASON EPP
Leader & Times
The Tyrone Lady Bobcats ran the floor and scored points in transition, which translated into a 55-38 win over the Keyes Lady Pirates.
Tyrone wasted little time, jumping out to a 13-4 first quarter lead.
"Our girls started out real well, attacking inside, just trying to get to the hole," Lady Bobcats coach Clay Witt said. "We ran the court really well, especially with Rayna (Wall) back. She's a big who runs the floor well."
A 12-0 run the second quarter that featured two threes by Tori Dumler gave the Lady Cats a big lead as Tyrone outscored Keyes 22-14 in the second to take a 35-18 lead at half.
The Lady Bobcats pushed their lead over 20 with a 12-8 advantage in the third (47-26).
"I was apprehensive going into this game, but our girls jumped right out and took control in the first quarter," Witt said. "We ran the floor well and got easy points, and did not let Keyes do that. We made them work for everything they got."
Rayna Wall led the Lady Bobcats with 23 points; Tori Dumler added 14, and Amber Andrews 11.
Tyrone (11-9) host Yarbrough Thursday for homecoming.