Lady Dawgs showing signs of improvement

Posted February 5, 2020 at 3:30 pm



The Clinton County Lady Bulldogs moved its record to 2-21 on the year by picking up two losses this week. The first coming at Allen County-Scottsville on Friday night and the second coming on Satruday to Warren Central.

Clinton County 29

Warren Central 46

The Lady Dawgs didn’t fare well against 4th Region opponent Warren Central Saturday.

During the first half, offense for the Lady Dawgs was almost non-exsistant as Clinton County scored only three points the entire first half.

At halftime, Warren Central led the Lady Dawgs, 20-3.

During the second half, Clinton County picked things up a little and outscored Warren Central 11-7 in the eight minute period.

The Lady Dawgs saw nine of its 11 come from Braylee Mann with the remaining two from Landree Moons, 27-14.

During the final quarter, Clinton County continued to play better and put more points on the board.

Warren Central outscored the Lady Dawgs by three, 18-15, but the effort Clinton County put forth in the second half was much better than the first half performance.

Mann went 10-11 from the line and added a field goal for her 12 fourth quarter points, while Sutton knocked down a three pointer for the Lady Dawgs.

Clinton County couldn’t undo the damage done in the first half and fell by a final score of 46-29.

Individual scoring for Clinton County was:

Mann 23

Sutton 4

Moons 2

Clinton County 40

Allen County-Scottsville 49

The Lady Dawgs traveled to Allen County to take on the Lady Patriots Friday night.

Clinton County took the lead early on a three pointer by Abbi Young, 3-2 and Moons added to that lead with a field goal, 5-2 at the 4:40 mark.

ACS then put together a 13-2 run to finish the quarter and lead the Dawgs, 18-9.

Clinton County began to show more life in the second quarter as Aysha Sutton scored a field goal, followed by back-to-back three pointers by Ashton Daniels to cut the lead to three points, 18-15.

ACS answered with a 10-2 run to push the lead to 26-17.

Cassie Thompson hit a field goal, followed by a field goal from Moons to cut the lead to five points, 26-21 with 26 seconds remaining in the half.

ACS hit a basket to push the lead to seven, but a buzzer beater by Moons sent the Lady Dawgs in to the locker room at the half down by five, 28-23.

During the third quarter, ACS begin to pull away as the Lady Patriots outscored Clinton County 12-6 to lead by 11 points, 40-29.

Clinton County did outscore ACS in the final quarter, 11-9, but the damage had already been done.

By the time the final buzzer sounded, Clinton County had lost the contest by nine points, 49-40.

Individual scoring for Clinton County was:

Sutton 11

Moons 7

Young 6

Mann 6

Daniels 6

Cope 2

Thompson 2

Clinton County will be back in action on Saturday as the Lady Dawgs host Garrard County in the Robbie Davis Memorial Classic with tip off at 3:30 p.m.

Landree Moons made a shot in the first half Friday night against Allen County-Scottsville. Moons finished with seven points.

Aysha Sutton drove the lane and put up a shot during the first half against Allen County-Scottsville Friday night. Clinton County lost the contest by a final score of, 49-40. Sutton finished the game with 11 points.