The Community R-VI Lady Trojans outscored two EMO Conference teams 102-32 in a pair of victories last week.
In a match-up with a 5-7 Elsberry squad, the Lady Trojans led 13-6 early before pushing their halftime edge to 17 points.
Community R-VI outscored Elsberry 25-5 in the second half before winning the game, 55-18.
“I was very pleased with the offensive output as again we had 10 different players score and at the end of three quarters had 52 points going into the final frame,” Bob Curtis said.
“We are starting to really be more efficient on offense and stingy on defense as we allowed 14 points Tuesday night and 18 Thursday night…With our depth being able to play 12, comfortably my assistants and I have preached to the girls maximum effort on each possession as we are not going to have to leave players out on the court much more than four minutes or so without a break so don’t conserve, play hard, rest, then play harder.”
Alissa Curtis scored a double-double with 24 points, 10 rebounds, two blocks, and one steal while Natalie Thomas added eight points, six assists, three steals, and two rebounds.
Chelsea Hoyt added six points, seven steals, and three assists; Taren Clark had six points, two steals, and one assist; Dalane Bowers tallied four points, six rebounds, and one steal; Deann Brooks scored four points, four rebounds, two steals, and two assists; Morgan Bryant added two points, three assists, and one steal; Bethany Schmidt had two points, one assist, and one steal; Sadie Hoyt added one point, one rebound, and one steal; and Danie Jackson had three rebounds.
Crushing Wright City
The Lady Trojans started their week by holding Wright City to five points or less in all four quarters of a 47-14 victory.
The Lady Trojans led 27-7 at halftime before cruising late to the 33-point win.
“It was a balanced scoring attack as we had nine people score last night,” Bob Curtis said. “The defensive effort was good as they did not reach double digits in any quarter. Offensively, we ran our half court offense well and got quality looks at the basket.”
Alissa Curtis scored 12 points, four rebounds, three steals, and two assists while Bowers added nine points, three rebounds, and one steal.
Natalie Thomas had nine points, three assists, two rebounds, and one steal; Sadie Hoyt had three points, three assists, two rebounds, one steal, and one block; Schmidt had three points, two rebounds, and one assist; Bryant scored three points, three steals, and one assist; Clark had three points; Tayler cope added two points, four rebounds, and one steal; Delanie Windmann tallied two points and one rebound; Brooks scored one point, four rebounds, and one steal; and Chelsea Hoyt added three rebounds, three assists, and three steals.