Laurel girls get easy win over Livingston

By 
Chris Mcconnell
Thursday, January 16, 2020
Outlook photos by Chris MCCONNELL                        Lady Loco Junior Sophia Timm wrestles for the ball with a Park High player while her sister Grace watches during Laurel’s easy 53–34 victory last Friday.

Outlook photos by Chris MCCONNELL
          
            Lady Loco Junior Sophia Timm wrestles for the ball with a Park High player while her sister Grace watches during Laurel’s easy 53–34 victory last Friday.

The Lady Locos had little trouble with Park High on Friday, downing the Lady Rangers 53–34 at home.

After going up 15–3 after the first quarter, Laurel got off to a quick second quarter start on a Sophia Timm three–pointer and a Maeson Cotter steal and layup to extend the lead to 22–6. A Cotter three with 4:47 left in the quarter gave the Lady Locos a 29–8 lead which they maintained, taking a 20–point margin into the half, 33–13.

The second half was more of the same and Laurel extended their lead to 30 points in the third quarter before starting the fourth with a 47–20 lead. They cruised to the finish and a 19 point win, 53–34.

Junior Gracey Willis led all scorers with 14 points. Cotter had 12, Sammi Spitzer eight and Grace Timm had six. Morgan Mack and Sophie Timm each added four.

The girls face Sidney tomorrow and Miles City on Saturday, with both games on the road.

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