Moorefield girls at PCHS 1/23/13

Dunmore, W.Va. – First Quarter Summary:

Class A #6 (AP Poll) Pocahontas County improves to 12-4 while visiting Moorefield drops to 6-9. There were four lead changes in the first quarter, and Moorefield took the quarter 12-11. Freshman Tara George led Moorefield in the first quarter with eight points, including two treys, and sophomore Tristin Day led PCHS with eight points also, including one three. Senior Heather Snead grabbed five rebounds in the quarter. Three players scored for each team in the first canto.

Second Quarter Summary:

Junior Marka Kane came off the bench in the second quarter and scored eight points matching Day’s eight points for PCHS. The Lady Warriors took the quarter 20-4 and took a 15 point lead at the half. Snead grabbed four more rebounds and three assists. Workman tallied three rebounds, three assists and two steals. Senior Courtney Parker snagged four rebounds.

Third Quarter Summary:

PCHS sophmore Bobbie McNabb got hot in the third and scored eleven points while Snead and Workman both scored four points. Workman grabbed another four rebounds. PCHS took the third 21-7. MHS’s Parker hit for five points.
Fourth Quarter Summary:
Six PCHS girls hit eight of 14 total free throws and took the fourth 12-11 with Day scoring five for PCHS and George hitting two threes for six points.

Day was game high scorer with 23 points and hit four of six free throws. George lead MHS with 14 points, and Parker added 12 points. McNabb hit 13 points. Kane tallied nine points and six rebounds. Murphy came off the bench and scored five points. Snead snared 13 rebounds, scored 4 points and dished out four assists. Workman accounted for ten rebounds, six assists and two steals. Junior Lorena Rose and McNabb each had one block.

PCHS totaled 43 rebounds and 17 assists in the game. MHS managed 24 rebounds. PCHS made 14 of 23 free throws and MHS made four of 14. Senior Katelyn Wills of MHS fouled out with 40.3 seconds left in the game.

Story By

Heather Niday

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