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Lady Indians 2016-17 season ends at region

Young squad made big strides in 2016-17. Future is bright
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By Wes Feese, Media Relations, Adair County Schools

The scoreboard showed a lopsided loss at the end of Adair County's first round contest of the 2017 5th Region tournament Monday night, February 28, 2017, but the future is bright for the young Lady Indians as their improvement over the course of a tumultuous season has been remarkable.


"We were a young team this year, didn't have that much experience coming into the season, and we've had a ton of injuries," assistant coach Amanda McCloud, who finished the season as head coach in James Turner's absence, said Tuesday. "We didn't always play well, but we always played hard and I'm proud of the girls for that."

Nelson County ended Adair's season Monday, as the more seasoned squad took advantage of the Lady Indians' youth en route to an 84-49 final margin. There were bright spots, however, as Adair County continued to fight until the final seconds against one of the region's top teams. Senior Katherine Curry ended her ACHS career with an impressive effort, scoring eight points and grabbing eight rebounds. Sophomore point guard Ashley Owens, the team's lone representative on the all-tournament team, tallied a team high 15 points and nine rebounds, while Kyla Kessler sank four threes to account for her 12 points on the night.

After the game, McCloud praised Curry for her contributions to the team as its only senior. "We've watched Katherine develop over the last few years not only as a player but as a great young lady," McCloud said. "She's the kind of person who leads by example and she's been a great leader for us. I'm going to miss her and I know the girls will miss her a lot."

While the team's record this year, 9-22, won't turn many heads, the experience the team gained will serve it well moving forward. "I'm excited for our younger girls because they got an opportunity to get out there this year and learn from their mistakes," McCloud said. "That will help them next year and after kind of a rebuilding year this year I think the program has a lot to look forward to. We've got a great group of girls."



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Katherine Curry scored 8 points, grabbed 8 rebounds



2017-03-01 - Marion County High School, 735 East Main Street (campus), Lebanon, KY - Photo by Wes Feese, Media Relations, Adair County Schools.
Senior forward Katherine Curry scored eight points and grabbed eight rebounds in her final game with the Lady Indians Monday night at Marion County High School in the first round of the 5th Region tournament. - Wes Feese

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Sophomore Ashley Owens makes All Regional team



2017-03-01 - Marion County High School, 735 East Main Street (campus), Lebanon, KY - Photo by Wes Feese, Media Relations, Adair County Schools.
Sophomore point guard Ashley Owens was named to the 5th Region All-Tournament team Monday night after scoring 15 points in Adair County's first round loss to Nelson County. Owens is pictured with Marion County Athletic Director Michael Holt. - Wes Feese

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Kyla Kessler hit four threes in Regional Tournament



2017-03-01 - Marion County High School, 735 East Main Street (campus), Lebanon, KY - Photo by Wes Feese, Media Relations, Adair County Schools.
Kyla Kessler looks for a driving lane against a tough Nelson County defense Monday night in the first round of the 5th Region tournament. Kessler hit four threes in the Lady Indians' opening round loss. - Wes Feese

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