Lady Crimsons dominate against Seneca


Kaelin Gaydos

Morrai Blount (#40, 9) is in motion for a three-point shot in the second half in the Lady Crimsons’ victory over Seneca. Photo by Kaelin Gaydos

Kaelin Gaydos

The varsity girls’ basketball team defeated the Seneca Redhawks on Monday at Manual as part of the KHSAA regional tournament. The final score was 82-23.

First half:

The first quarter started with the ball in Manual’s possession. Sydne Tolbert (#5, 11) scored the first four points for the Lady Crimsons.

The Crimsons continued to bring the score up, and the first quarter ended with a score of 35-1 after Amesika Gbegnon (#10, 11) scored the first point for the Redhawks in a free throw.

The second quarter continued the same way. Manual continued to gain points, although Gbegnon made another free throw shot for Seneca, bringing the score up to 58-4 before the first half ended.

Second half:

The Lady Rams continued to stretch the gap between themselves and the Redhawks in the second half. With four minutes left in the third quarter, the score reached 64-12.

Lily Brown (#32, 8) scored a three-pointer for Seneca in the fourth quarter but was not enough as the game ended in a Crimson victory, 82-23.


The girls’ team will face Christian Academy of Louisville (CAL) on Wednesday at 6 in the Seventh Regional Semi-final at Valley.