LBWCC women off to 8-2 start

Published 12:00 am Monday, December 29, 2003

The LBW Community College women's basketball team is off to a fast start with an 8-2 record. The Lady Saints won the last two games with a victory against Enterprise State on Monday and and a defeat of Southern Union on Tuesday.

The Lady Saints topped Enterprise State by a final score of 52-48. Jamie Walker led the way with 16 points for LBWCC.

Amanda Dubose added 7 points. Lecandance Wheat and Talisha Ford scored 6 points each. Sherekia Meadow and Tatharea Hatten scored 4 points each. Tabritta McDaniel added 3 points. Marla Akins and Ashley Berklin scored 2 points each.

The Lady Saints followed up the win on Monday with a 53-49 victory against Southern Union on Tuesday.

Crystal Cook was the leading scorer with 12 points for LBWCC. Walker added 10 points.

Meadow had 7 points. Wheat and McDaniel added 6 points each. Dubose hit for 5 points.

Akins, Berklin and Hatten scored 2 points each. Ashley Iuy hit for 1 point.

The LBWCC men's team is not doing as well as the Lady Saints with an 0-8 record.

The Saints fell to Enterprise State by a score of 67-55 on Monday.

Renaldo Dorsey was the leading scorer for LBWCC with 12 points. Antonio Webb and Darius Howard had 11 points each in the loss. Curtis Boyette added 10 points.

Marcques Hughes, Adrian Hunter, Renaldo Maxwell and Andrea Leslie also scored for LBWCC.

On Tuesday, the Saints fell to Southern Union by a final score of 81-75.

Howard had 18 points to lead the Saints in scoring against Southern Union. Webb hit for 17 and Dorsey had 13 points. Boyette added 11 points.

Dominique Powell, Leslie, Hunter and Darryl Taylor also scored for LBWCC.

The women's and men's teams return to action on Friday, Dec. 12 at the Bishop State Community College Classic in Mobile. Games are scheduled for Friday and Saturday.

The men's and women's teams host Faulkner State Community College on Monday at Seth Hammett Gymnasium on the campus of LBW Community College. The women's game begins at 5:30 p.m. followed by the men's game at 7:30 p.m.