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LWC women's basketball travels at Thomas Tuesday night

First Ever meeting between two teams

By Anthony Latessa

The No. 5-ranked Lindsey Wilson women's basketball team travels to Thomasville, GA to take on Thomas (Ga.) at the TU Gymnasium, 1550 Magnolia Street, Thomasville, GA, at 5pmCT.

The Blue Raiders (10-0) defeated IU Southeast on Saturday 90-69. The Blue Raiders had five players in double figures led by J'Nayah Hall and Teanna Curry who had 14 points apiece. Malerie Martin scored a season-high 13 points and Billie Hearn chipped in with a season-high 12 points. Chanel Roberts scored 11 points.

The Night Hawks (4-5) were defeated by Coastal Georgia 72-61 on Saturday. Micah Garvin and J'Niyah Daniels each had 12 points. Daycia Bandy had nine points and De'Adura Copeland recorded eight rebounds. Thomas has lost four of its last five games. Daniels and Copeland lead the team in scoring averaging 14 points per game.

Tonight's matchup is the first ever meeting between the two schools.


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