Bevill State Women?s Basketball Playing Well
The Bevill State women?s team went 2-1 over the last week, grabbing an all important 68-51 road win at Snead State last week before dropping a close road game to Lawson State 76-74 on Thursday, and then trouncing Gadsden State at home Monday 77-63.
Bevill State improved to .500 in the ACCC North Division at 3-3 and moved into a five-way tie for second place behind the undefeated Shelton State. The Lady Bears are 14-10 overall.
The Lady Bears had a great game in Boaz against Snead State (6-16, 0-6 ACCC), and dominated the first half of the game 33-11, but let the lead slip in the second, allowing the Parsons to outscore them 40-35. The margin proved to be enough as BSCC got the victory.
Indya Mudd led all scorers with 14, and Ashley Martin followed with another double-double night, adding 12 points and 13 rebounds.
The Bears then headed to Lawson State. The squad fought hard, but fell just short in the end in a two-point loss.
Martin again had a double-double with 13 points and 14 rebounds. Re?Nate Lopez led all scorers with 14 and Cherie Richardson added 12.
The Bevill State Lady Bears are proving to be tough at home. They have not lost a game all season in the Fayette Coliseum, and Monday night proved no different.
Bevill State handed the then second place Gadsden State Cardinals a loss to drop them out of second place alone and into the five-way tie logjam in the ACCC North.
Dione Parks and Briana Thomas had great games. Parks led all scorers with 15 points, and Thomas joined Lopez and Richardson with 14 points apiece.
Bevill State will be back in action on Monday at the Fayette Coliseum. The Homecoming game against Wallace-Hanceville will begin at 5:30 p.m.