Paul AdkinsSports Editor
January 25, 2013
It was a low-scoring game on Wednesday night.
But it was still a win and the Logan Middle School girls’ basketball team is still undefeated.
The LMS Lady Wolves improved to 12-0 on the season with a 26-11 conference victory at home over Ravenswood at the LMS gym.
Lexi Hines once again led the Lady Wolves to victory by scoring 11 points, grabbing a team-high seven rebounds and coming up with four steals.
Sydnee Roberts had a nice game as well, scoring six points and handing out two assists.
Floor leader Jamyaa Knox added four points, six rebounds and two steals.
Logan center Tomi Nelson had two points, five rebounds and a blocked shot.
Jazmyne Early also had two points and a rebound.
Jaden Oney finished out the scoring for Logan with one point.
“Offensively it was not our best game. We were stagnant on offense, didn’t rebound well and didn’t move toward the basket without the ball,” Logan Middle School coach Carol Workman said. “It could have been a case of looking ahead to Winfield tomorrow night, or maybe we just thought that we would come in and they would roll over. Either way, tomorrow night we have to play much more aggressive and smarter.”
Steph Curry and Beth Adkins were credited with strong defensive play for the Lady Wolves. The pair combined for eight rebounds and four steals.
In JV action, the LMS Lady Wolves improved their record to 9-3 with an easy 35-9 victory.
Offensively, Logan was led by Early who had eight points and four rebounds.
Ally Sipple added seven points, one assist and one steal.
Britney Welch scored six points, four steals, three assists and one rebound.
Oney added five points, a team-high five steals and four rebounds.
Maggie Doss also had five points and four rebounds, while Larra Elkins had four points and two rebounds.
Alexis Perry rounded out the scoring with two points, a team-high five rebounds, four steals and three assists.
Steph Eplin contributed three steals, two assists and a rebound.
Alexis Canterbury pulled down two rebounds for Logan while Zoe Browning and Whitney Workman played well defensively.
“It was a good effort tonight by the girls. They are improving with each game,” LMS assistant coach Scott Grimmett said.
LMS was scheduled to return to action Thursday night at Winfield.
The LMS Lady Wolves would like to thank the Logan All-County Girls Basketball League for attending Wednesday’s game and supporting the team.