The Joplin Globe, Joplin, MO

November 21, 2012

Crowder, Cottey score comfortable wins

From staff reports

LIBERAL, Mo. — Crowder improved its women’s basketball record to 8-1 by beating the Oklahoma Wesleyan junior varsity 99-51 on Monday night in Bob Sneller Gymnasium.

Crowder, which had five players score in double figures, led 56-19 at the half.

Terai Sadler scored 15 points, grabbed 11 rebounds and had four steals to pace the Lady ’Riders.

Crowder received 17 points, four blocked shots and three steals from Sarah Sagely, 16 points from Caprese Marshall, 12 points from Seleena Neal and 10 from Chloe Nichols. Veronica Amos added eight boards, Camila Lacerda eight assists, Megan Ritter three steals and Dorian Briggs three steals.

Crowder visits Pratt (Kan.) at 6 p.m. Tuesday.

Cottey 71,Missouri Valley B 52

NEVADA, Mo. — The Comets were in control 31-18 by halftime in hiking their record to 4-0.

Cottey received 14 points apiece from Blaklee Sanders and Dayna Turnbull. Kat Zumalt added 11 and Petra Stankovic had 10.

Turnbull added nine rebounds and as many assists. Stankovic, who had four steals, and Bailey Braden each snared eight boards.

Macey Embrey tallied 16 for the Missouri Valley junior varsity.

Cottey entertains Southwestern (Iowa) on Dec. 1.