ST. PAUL — A tough night shooting the ball and handling the basketball proved too much for Southern Coffey County High’s girls Tuesday.
The Lady Titans dropped a 55-42 decision to host St. Paul High’s Indians. They are 13-3 for the season and head to Olpe, ranked No. 1 in Class 2A, Thursday.
Southern Coffey County was 15 of 44, 34 percent, from the field. St. Paul cashed in 22 of 32 free throw attempts, which included a 14 of 20 stint at the line in the fourth quarter.
St. Paul had a 27-22 halftime lead.
Kaitlin Meyer scored 13 points for the Lady Titans.
Southern Coffey County (11-11-7-13—42) (FG/3-pt): Gudenkauf 1-0-1-2, Garland 2/1-2-4-9, Birk 0-4-5-4, Jacob 2-0-3-4, Ohl 3-1-4-7, Stephens 1-1-2-3, Meyer 5-3-4-13. TOTALS: 14/1-11-23-42.
St. Paul (10-17-10-18—55) (FG/3-pt): J. Tuck 0/2-11-2-17, Paulie 0-0-1-0, L. Tuck 1-1-3-3, Borum 0/1-2-2-5, Westhoff 4-6-4-14, O’Brien 7-2-3-16. TOTALS: 12/3-22-15-55.
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