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By Mike Scott
The Clark County Lady Indians claimed the consolation title with a 41-28 win over the Knox County Lady Eagles. The game was played on Friday, January 8, at Canton High School, with limited attendance due to COVID-19 restrictions.
Clark County scored first, and both teams struggled to put the ball through the hoop early. Clark County scored only nine points in the opening eight minutes, and Knox County was held to five points as the Lady Indians pressed defensively.
Four Lady Indians combined for ten points in the second period, and Clark County extended their lead to 19-13 at the half.
Clark County controlled the pace in the second half, and the Lady Indian defense held Knox County to only six points in the third quarter, while adding nine points of their own,
In the final quarter, Clark County pulled away to a 41-28 win.
The Lady Indians were led by Alexis Ellison with 14 points. Kiara Brunk added 10, and Brooklyn Howe finished with a trio of three pointers for nine points. Bre Chamley added five points, and Elly Hamner rounded out the Clark County scoring with three points.
Riley Strange led Knox County with 14 points, followed by Kaitlyn Campbell with 10 points. Alyssa Peavler and Kylee Woods added two points each.