After building quite the name over the start of the season on offense, it was the defense for White County that carried them to a 78-36 win over Siegel.
The defense showed its teeth early, as they held Siegel to only two field goals and six points in the first quarter. Things didn’t get any easier in the second, as the Warriorettes held the road squad to a mere five points.
Siegel found some success in the third quarter, as they put up 22 points, but the fourth quarter was more of the same from the first half. The Stars only managed three points and White County cruised to the win by a final score of 78-36.
Junior Gracie Dodgen scored 17 points to lead the way, while Nia Powers added eight off the bench.
White County will be back in action on Dec. 5 when they take on Monterey.