|Central Baptist (Ark.) 6-19, AMC 5-15||24||10||20||16||70|
|Williams Baptist (Ark.) 10-16, AMC 7-13||17||8||16||9||50|
|Feb. 14, 2017|
|Walnut Ridge, AR|
|Central Baptist (Ark.)||Indv. Leaders||Williams Baptist (Ark.)|
|#22 Audrey Moran - 23||Points||#20 Andrea Moffitt - 10|
|#10 Aaliyah Block - 11||Rebounds||#20 Andrea Moffitt - 10|
|#25 Karlie Senko - 8||Assists||#20 Andrea Moffitt - 3|
|Central Baptist (Ark.)||Team Statistics||Williams Baptist (Ark.)|
|53.7% (29 - 54)||Field Goals %||32.8% (20 - 61)|
|38.1% (8 - 21)||3 Point Field Goals %||13.3% (2 - 15)|
|50% (4 - 8)||Free Throws||66.7% (8 - 12)|
|8||2nd Chance Pts||8|
Date: February 14, 2017
Score: Williams Baptist College 50 vs. Central Baptist College 70
Records: WBC (10-16, AMC 7-13) vs. CBC (6-19, AMC 5-15)
Location: Southerland-Mabee Center - Walnut Ridge, Ark.
The Williams Baptist College Lady Eagles basketball squad hosted the Lady Mustangs from Central Baptist College in a Valentine's Day special on Tuesday evening. Central Baptist used a strong opening quarter to win the game 70-50.
The Lady Eagles were outscored 24-17 in the opening frame. CBC made four 3-point baskets and made 10-of-18 shots. Meanwhile, WBC made 7-of-16 from the floor for the quarter.
Neither team shot well in the second quarter, as both made four field goals and WBC was outscored 10-8. WBC did muster eight offensive rebounds in the frame. That sent the game to halftime with Central Baptist leading 34-25.
The Lady Mustangs extended their lead in the third quarter as high as 19, but Dakota Reynolds (FR/Dexter, Mo. ) hit a halfcourt shot at the buzzer to gain some momentum for WBC, cutting the lead to 13 entering the final quarter.
The momentum was short lived, as CBC outscored Williams 16-9 in the final frame to win the game 70-50.
For the game, the Mustangs shot 54 percent (29-of-54). They made 8-of-21 three point attempts, and just 4-of-8 from the free throw line.
Meanwhile, WBC made 33 percent on 20-of-61 shooting. They hit two three points on 15 attempts, while making 8-of-12 from the free throw line.
Central Baptist held the upper hand in assists with 19 on their 29 buckets, while Williams mustered nine on their 20 baskets. Both teams accumulated 35 rebounds and eight second-chance points.
The Lady Eagles bench outscored CBC's 21-to-12 in the game.
Nine WBC players scored points in the contest. Andrea Moffitt (SR/Lexington, Tenn. ) led the way with 10, followed by Taylar Harris (JR/Joiner, Ark. ) and Tashanescii Walker (FR/Jonesboro, Ark. ) with seven. Taylor Williams (SR/Mountain Home, Ark. ) and Alexus Clardy (SR/Conway, Ark. ) both chipped in with six, while Dakota Reynolds scored five.
Alytrius Perry (SR/Marked Tree, Ark. ) scored four, while Kate Junkersfeld (FR/Pocahontas, Ark. ) scored three. Finishing up the scoring was Cassie Roberts (SR/Couch, Mo. ) with two points of the bench.
Moffitt recorded her fifth double-double of the season when she notched 10 rebounds to go along with her 10 points.
The Lady Eagles are hanging on to the final spot of the American Midwest Conference tournament. They sit in eighth place, .5 game ahead of Stephens College and 1.5 games behind seventh place Missouri Baptist University. There are four games remaining in the conference slate.
WBC goes on a two game road trip over the next five days. They travel to William Woods University on Thursday, Feb. 16 and then head to Columbia College on Saturday, Feb 18.
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