Lady Falcons by the numbers
The Lady Falcons (now 6-6) got the district wins they needed in their final week of the regular season. Thursday night, the ladies won on the road at Lawrence County, 47-40, after winning a road trip at Shelbyville, 55-41, on Tuesday.
By Quarter: Lincoln County, 06-14-10-17 (final 47); Lawrence County, 08-14-11-07 (final 40).
Scoring: Amelia Kate Richardson, 22 (13 coming in the fourth quarter); Lucy Higgins, 12; Millie Slayton, 5; Ally Hall, 5; LeLe Stubblefield, 3.
Free Throws: Lincoln County, 13 of 23; Lawrence County, 8 of 16.
3-Pointers: Richardson, 2; Slayton, 1; Higgins, 1; Stubblefield, 1; Hall, 1.
By Quarter: LCHS, 07-11-17-20 (final 55); Shelbyville, 09-13-12-07 (final 41).
Scoring: Amelia Kate Richardson, 14; Annalise Malone, 13; Ally Hall, 11; Millie Slayton, 10; Lucy Higgins, 4; LeLe Stubblefield, 3.
Free Throws: LCHS, 16 of 21; Shelbyville, 4 of 10.
3-Pointers: Hall, 2; Slayton, 1. Shelbyville, 3.
Seeding: The seeding for the District 8-AAA Tournament was set at the coaches’ meeting on Friday of last week: (1) Coffee County; (2) Tullahoma; (3) Franklin County; (4) Lincoln County; (5) Shelbyville; (6) Lawrence County; (7) Columbia.
The win at Lawrenceburg kept the Lady Falcons out of the play-in game that was played last Saturday. Lawrence County defeated Columbia in that game. The Lady Falcons were to match up at home with Shelbyville on Monday of this week for their first taste of tournament action starting at 6 p.m. Lawrence County is the host school for the remainder of the tournament with semifinals to be played on Thursday at 6 p.m. and 7:30 p.m. The consolation game at 2 p.m. and championship at 3:30 p.m. will be played Saturday.