Lebanon advances to championship game

Lebanon girls' basketball team

LDR photo/Aaron Jennings
Pictured is the 2016-17 Lebanon girls’ basketball team. In the first row, from left, are Cori Johnson, Jaiden Offutt, Faith Alwardt, Maddie O’Connor, Kelsey Winfrey, Abby O’Connor and Kaitlin. Second row, row are Jenna Glendenning, Alyssa Frederick, Brendan Kelley, Mickey Dye, Trent Copling, Bryan Miller and Jodi Fox. Third row, are Kamryn Mack, Presley Groce, Carsyn Bowman, Alyssa Wright and Grace Calhoun.


WAYNESVILLE — Sophomore Kamryn Mack scored a game-high 29 points and top-seeded Lebanon defeated Willard in Monday’s Missouri Class 5 District 10 championship game, 77-54.
Lebanon (21-5) advances to face Waynesville on the Lady Tigers’ home floor at 7 p.m. on Friday. 
On Monday, the Yellowjackets raced out to a 28-11 lead in the first quarter and cruised on to the win, forcing 23 Willard turnovers in the contest.
“Offensively, I am pretty happy with our performance, we put up quite a few points,” Lebanon head coach Brendan Kelley said. “But defensively, there are still some things that we need to polish ... we are going to have to address those things before Friday.”
Mack was 10 for 16 from the field and 8 for 8 from the free throw line and chipped in three rebounds and an assist.

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