It may have been a consolation game for the Hanceville Lady Bulldogs Thursday, but they obtained their second win of the season, eclipsing their win total of a season ago with a 62-52 decision over the Sumiton Christian Lady Eagles in the Curry Holiday Classic.

Kristen Taylor led the Hanceville charge, scoring a team-high 20 points, dishing out seven assists and causing two Eagle turnovers on steals.

Amber Miller followed with a double-double with 15 each in points and rebounds, and a blocked shot. La'Sheena Nation had 14 points, nine boards, four assists and three steals.

"The girls were pretty confident they could win this game today," said Hanceville head coach Jessica McHan. "They (Sumiton Christian) had a little better defense than we anticipated, but our girls adjusted and moved the ball quicker."

Also scoring for the Lady Bulldogs was Sarah Washington with seven points and 16 rebounds, Jessica Helms added four points and three boards, and Laken Pitts with two each in steals and points, and five assists.

- Good Hope 51, Holly Pond 44 (girls): The Lady Raiders opened the game with an early lead, but with seven straight Holly Pond points, were down 7-3. A stifling Lady Bronco defense forced eight Good Hope turnovers in the quarter and led 14-9.

With Holly Pond on top of the Lady Raiders 16-15, Britney Bagwell went out of the game with an ankle sprain for the remainder of the half. Bagwell finished the game with five points, two steals and a rebound.

The game was physical, with each team in foul trouble and the game changing hands numerous time in the second half before the Lady Raiders took the lead for good with 51 seconds left to play.

Good Hope was led by Natalie Corser with a double-double, scoring 15 points and 10 boards. Corser added four assists and two steals, Jessica Raper notched 12 points, four boards, a steal and a blocked shot, and Heather Buchanan had a game-high 16 points, two steals and a block.

Also scoring for the Lady Raiders were Whitney Fowler with six points, two boards and a steal, Samantha Duke with two points, two rebounds, three assists and a steal, and Morgan Goodwin with one steal and a blocked shot.

Scoring for Holly Pond were Julie Taylor with 13, Jessica Laursen with 11 points, and two each in steals, assists, and rebounds, Jesica Basenberg with five points, five rebounds and three assists, April Holcombe and Chaasity Chambers each with four points, and Cydney Morris with two points.

- Addison 61, Vinemont 33 (girls): Jessy Willingham scored eight of her game-high 23 points in the first quarter, leading Addison to a 16-14 lead after the first quarter.

Macy Bailey also scored eight for Vinemont in the first quarter. Bailey ended the contest with a team-high 15 points.

The Lady Bulldogs got some separation in the second quarter and never looked back, with Kayla Carden scoring six of her 14 points in the quarter.

Jasmine Marks added seven points and a blocked shot, and Haley Wiggins had four points.

Also scoring for the Lady Bulldogs was Brittany Taylor with six points, Lana Pigg with five, and Kayla Woodard chipped in two.

Vinemont scorers were Molly Gallion with eight points, Brittany Speegle added five, Kristyn Landrum and Hannah Floyd each notched two and Breanna Rogers chipped in one.

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