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After a slow start, senior Brooklyn Howe had a strong performance in the Clark County Lady Indians’ 2020-21 season opener on Tuesday, November 24. She led Clark County with 14 points.
The Lady Indians were slated to open on the road at Scotland County, but this is 2020, and COVID-19 wreaks havoc with schedules, so the Lady Indians ended up hosting the Lady Pirates of Hannibal.
Hannibal set the pace early, outscoring Clark County 14-8 in the opening quarter. A 17-point second quarter lifted the Lady Indians to a 25-24 lead at halftime.
Clark County kept the pressure on in the third quarter, with six Lady Indians putting points on the board, and extending their lead to 39-34. In the final quarter, the Lady Indians slowed the game, outscoring Hannibal 7-5, to put the final and 49-40.
Howe’s 14 points led Clark County, and she pulled down 16 rebounds Alexis Ellison was just behind with 13 points, Bre Chamley added seven points, and Kiara Brunk scored six. Hope Ross, Elly Hamner and Darian Harper scored two points each. The Lady Indians play in the Tri-Rivers Classic this week.