Dewar was hot from three, knocking down six as the Lady Dragons upended the Asher Lady Indians 55-37 in the first round of the Jim Walling Classing Thursday morning.

EARLSBORO – Dewar was hot from three, knocking down six as the Lady Dragons upended the Asher Lady Indians 55-37 in the first round of the Jim Walling Classing Thursday morning.

The Lady Indians found themselves down 7-4 at the end of the first quarter but took a brief lead in the second thanks to three triples. Ashley Odell knocked down two and Braxten Frazier added one.

Dewar had three treys of their own in the second quarter to regain the lead and right before halftime, Savannah Been knocked down back-to- back three-pointers and the Lady Dragons led 22-15 at the break.

Been came out of the locker room on fire, scoring 13 points in the third quarter. Asher's Sarah Fleming matched the intensity with 10 points but Dewar outscored Asher 20-12 in the third, and the Lady Dragon's lead was extended to 42-27.

Asher's Bailey Larman started the fourth quarter off with a wide open layup and Fleming worked out of the post for another layup to close the gap to 11 but Skye Been knocked down a three-pointer, extending Dewar's lead to 45-31.

Dewar's Savannah Been led all scorers with 26. Morgan Britt joined her in double figures with 13 points.

Fleming led Asher with 14 points.

Asher will play the loser of Vanum and Macomb Friday at 1 p.m. Dewar will face the winner of Varnum and Macomb Friday at 7 p.m.