Lady T-Birds run streak to eight straight
DODGE CITY — Cloud County ran its winning streak to eight straight games by thumping Dodge City Community College 67-45 in a Jayhawk Conference Western Division matchup Wednesday night.
The Thunderbirds improved to 14-4 overall and 4-0 in the Jayhawk West. They are tied for first place with number one ranked Hutchinson.
Cloud County scored the first seven points of the game, and never trailed against the Conquistadors.
The T-Birds led by as many as 25 points, 38-13, in the first 20 minutes, and led 38-16 at halftime.
“I thought, the first half, we played pretty well other than we had some silly turnovers,” Cloud County coach Brett Erkenbrack said, “We passed the ball pretty well and we were pretty active defensively.”
Cloud County hit 16 of 29 field goal attempts for 55 percent in that first half, and made four of nine three-point attempts.
The T-Birds pushed the lead to 31 points, 53-22 in the second half.
Dodge City would outscore Cloud County 23-14 after that.
“I substituted, and we kind of lost our concentration the last 10 minutes,” Erkenbrack said.
Dodge City, after not shooting any free throws in the first half, hit 14 of 17 in the second half.
Pearlrae Thomas led three T-Birds in double figures with 15 points. She was 6 of 11 from the floor and three of four from the line and had seven rebounds.
Aleesha Coulter finished with 12 points for Cloud County.
Jordan Alexander scored 11 points.
Raneisha Duncan chipped in nine points.
Kamika Mason and Jayna Smith had eight points each.
“Kamika Mason continued her good, solid play off the bench,” Erkenbrack said, “In general, our post players were good again.”
Cloud County finished 25 of 53 from the field for 47 percent and 13 of 17 from the line for 77 percent.
Jameeshia Armstrong scored 20 points for Dodge City.
The Conquistadors shot just 25 percent (14 of 56) from the field and were 3 of 17 from three-point range for 18 percent.
Cloud County hosts 10th-ranked Garden City, 18-1 overall and 4-1 in the West, on Saturday night.
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