Lavaca Completely Dominates Hector

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Cayden Hearn takes it to the hoop.

Photos by Amanda Hall

The Hector Wildcats ran into a buzz saw Tuesday night when they came into Lavaca. The Golden Arrows hosted three games last night. The evening started out with the Junior Lady Arrows verses the Junior Lady Wildcats. The Junior Lady Arrows looked to rebound from a tough loss Monday to Cedarville, and rebound they did! The Ladies of Lavaca came out and took control of the game early and never looked back. When the final horn sounded Lavaca claimed a 43-33 win. Rylie Green led the team with 23 points and Anna Todaro added another 12. Junior Ladies are now 3-1 in conference and in 2nd place behind Mountainburg. Coach Jonathan Vire had this to say about his team,

“I was proud of how the girls fought to gut that one out. Anna got hurt with 5 minutes or so left in the game and I was proud of them stepping up when one of our leaders went down. We found a way to grind it out. Hector cut it to two with about 2:45 left, but then we finished the game with a 10-2 run. Everyone that played did something to help us win.”

Junior Lady Arrows

Next up was the Lavaca Lady Arrows. The senior high Ladies put on a show Last night beating the Lady Wildcats 58-30. It was a night when everything was clicking. The Lady Arrows had three players with double digit scoring. Skylar Hyatt led the team with 19, BethAnn May had 12, and Hope Headley added another 10. Sierra Lamb was stellar on defense and had more than a half dozen steals. The Lady Arrows move to 5-0 in conference with the win. They will travel to Danville Friday night to play for sole possession of first place in conference. Coach Wyles had this to say about Friday’s matchup,

“Friday is a big game for us. Danville is very skilled and athletic. We’re going to have to control the boards and limit them to one shot per possession. We’re going to have to do a better job Friday of keeping them out of the lane than we did tonight.”

Lady Arrows Dominate

The senior boys completed the trifecta last night beating the Wildcats 72-35. The Arrows played well on both ends of the court last night. Jayger Wagner led the team with 17 points and Andrew Wright added another 15 points. Both Jayger and Andrew hit five 3’s a piece. Lavaca shut down the defensive end of the court all night. The Arrows move to 5-0 in conference and will compete with the Danville Little Johns Friday night in a first place game. Coach Reed is pleased with the way his team is playing right now and had this to say,

“Friday will be tough but I like the way we’re playing right now. We are moving the ball as good as we have all season. Our defensive intensity was better tonight and our offense fed off it. I’m excited for Friday and we will be ready.”

Arrows on the war path

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