EARLSBORO – The Lady Indians took a while to get going Thursday in their opening game of the Jim Walling Classic in Earlsboro, but once they eventually found their groove, they couldn't be stopped for a 74-46 win over Vanoss.
The Lady Wolves put out a 6-0 run to start the game with back-to-back three's by Shana McNutt before Madi Hamilton drained a trey of her own to finally get the Lady Indians on the board more than three minutes into the contest.
Laramie Doffin hit the backend of two freethrow opportunities to give the Lady Wolves their final point of the quarter with 3:52 left, as Asher went on an 11-0 tear to close the quarter. The Lady Indians kept up the attack with a 17-9 run in the second for a 31-16 difference at the break.
They came out firing again in the third and had little difficulty holding off the Lady Wolves for the remainder.
Dubler led the Lady Indians with 30 points while Sarah Fleming put up 14 and Frazier finished with 10. Hamilton drained 3 Treys for nine points in the game while Dubler and Frazier each hit two.
McNutt led Vanoss with 18 points and had five 3-pointers.
The Lady Indians will play Sasakwa Friday at 4 in their semifinal game.