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Lady Warriors finish 2nd, 3rd in MSWAC tourney PDF Print E-mail
Thursday, 21 December 2017 09:54

Special to the Leader & Times

The seventh grade Eisenhower Lady Warriors ended the basketball season Saturday in the final four of the Middle School Western Athletic Conference tournament, starting the day by beating Kenneth Henderson 33-6 in a very physical game.

Lexi Hensley had 15 points in the win. Jenna Ormiston put in six, and Rachelle Terrazas, Hallie West and Lizzy Cisneros all with four. 

altNext the girls had to go up against Hays in the championship game. The girls fell short with a score of 28-14, finishing in second place. 

Lexi Hensley had six, and Rachelle Terrazas and Lizzy Cisneros both scored four. Jenna Ormiston rounded out the scoring with two. 

“I was very proud of all the girls and the work they put in this season,” Lady Warrior seventh grade coach Jessica Tercero said. 

The Lady Warrior eight graders also competed in the MSWAC tournament.  

The first game of the morning the Warriors took on Hays.

“It was a tough game that went back and forth with lead changes,” Lady warrior eighth grade coach Tiffany Bottum said. 

The Warriors missed a lot of open shots, and they lost to Hays 25-23.

Leading scorers were Ashley Carrillo with 11 points and Bree Horyna  with six points and seven rebounds. Kaitlyn Stoney had nine rebounds.

The Lady Warriors then took on Great Bend, the No. 1 seed in the third-place game. The Lady Warriors were able to come away with a victory and a third place finish in the tournament by defeating Great Bend, 31-15.

Ashley Carrillo led the Lady Warriors with 10 points. Bree Horyna had eight, and Emma Evans scored seven.

Horyna also had five rebounds.

The Lady Warriors finished the season with a record of 12-4. They have a two-year record of 26-5, a MSWAC championship and third place finish this season.  

Ashley Carrillo for two years was the team’s leading scorer. She ended her Eisenhower Middle School career scoring a total of 357 points.

“It has been a privilege to be able to coach these girls for the last two seasons,” Bottum said. “Not only are they talented athletes, these girls are hardworking students in the classroom and amazing individuals outside of school.  Good luck next year as Lady Red basketball players.” 




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