Lady Indians Win

Donald Foster
Wallingford Broadcasting


Madison Central with an impressive win

Day number two of the Jack Burford Chevy Christmas Classic opened with the host team playing Menifee County. Menifee came into the classic with a 5-1 record and improved that to 6-1 with a victory Wednesday over Pulaski County 49-38. Central (4-5) came into day number two with a solid victory over region rival Frederick Douglas 70-46.

The game started all Central as they would race out to a 11-2 lead in the opening quarter and lead 13-8 after one. Je’Kauri McKeithen led the Lady Indians with 4 points in the quarter. Second quarter Menifee County battled back to tie the game 4 different times in the frame. Menifee did most of their damage in the second at the free throw line going 6-10.Central forced 13 turnovers and held Menifee to 34% from the field in the half including 0-9 from three pointer. Freshman Lacie Parks knocked down a three pointer to give the Lady Indians a 27-24 lead at half. Sophomore Taleya Todd led with 7 points. Menifee star junior Emma Hacker had 8 points. Second half Todd came out and opened the half scoring the Indians first 7 points. Menifee ties the game two times in the third quarter but could never take the lead. Todd with 9 points in the quarter and the Indians held an eight point lead after three. Fourth quarter Central had to hold off a rally from Menifee County but the best the Ladycats could do would be tie the game a couple of times. For the Game Central led the entire way and the game was tied six times. Quality win for Madison Central over a good Menifee County, Indians force Ladycats into 27 turnovers, scoring 21 points off those turnovers, while committing 16 of their own, only 4 in the fourth quarter. Taleya Todd leads all scorers with 22 points and also has 3 rebounds, 4 assists, and 5 steals. Bailey Vanover with 15 points 7 rebounds assists and 5 steals after a triple double in game one. Lacie Parks with 8 points off the bench, Kelsey Powell 7 points, Je’Kauri McKeithen 6 points and 7 rebounds. Eliza Minter 3 points, Blaze Pacheco 2 points, and Logan Hudson with 2 points for the Indians. Indians return to action Friday 12-22 at noon against Belfry (6-3) another tough test.

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