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By Marlana Smith
The Lady Raiders outscore Brashear in a continuous clock in the fourth quarter on Monday, January 23, 2023. NS earned a 57-28 victory.
North Shelby (15-3) was led by Hadlee Parsons and Ava Williams each with 12 points. Caroline Linberger tallied 11 points and eight rebounds.
Parsons was the first to score just 37 seconds into the game. Linberger and Williams followed with a bucket. North Shelby had an early 6-0 lead. Ceairra Kirby and Parsons each scored within 36 seconds of each other.
Brashear had a chance to get on the board at the charity was not successful.
Natalie Thrasher’s 2-for-2 at the line gave North Shelby a 13-0 lead. The Lady Raiders added 10 more points to their lead. Brashear finally scored after a shot was made at the buzzer.
Marissa McEwen scored four points within nearly two minutes into the second quarter giving North Shelby a 27-4 lead. At the end of the quarter Harper Copenhaver put in a bucket giving the Lady Raiders a 40-10 advantage.
NS vs. Marceline
The Lady Raiders traveled to Marceline on Friday, January 27, 2023.
North Shelby (16-3) came away with a 62-56 victory.
The Lady Raiders were led by Ava Williams with 24 points. Williams was 9-for-10 from the charity line. Caroline Linberger tallied 17 and Natalie Thrasher had 11.
NS scored nine points in the first quarter. Thrasher claimed five, Williams and Linberger each scored two. Marceline had 15 points in the quarter.
Linberger earned six points in the second period while Marissa McEwen and Thrasher each scored two points. At halftime, Marceline held a 25-19 advantage.
Williams claimed 13 of the 17 points North Shelby had in the third period. At the end of the quarter, Marceline still led 39-36.
NS was explosive in the final period scoring 27 points. Marceline scored 19 points.
Williams had nine while Linberger earned seven. Ceairra Kirby and Thrasher each had four and Hadlee Parsons claimed the other two.
As a team, the Lady Raiders went 14-for-20 from the free throw line.