AUSTIN EDITION 2nd half hurts Southland girls

ADAMS -- Second half offensive woes turned the tide against Southland girls basketball in Tuesday night's 19-point loss to Plainview.

The Southland Rebels were in good shape throughout the first half of this Three Rivers Conference game, but then they went cold. Southland scored only six points in the third quarter and Plainview pull away to win 56-35.

The offense was rolling for the Rebels in the first quarter and the game was tied at 13-13. But that would be the last quarter in which the Rebels would hit double figures.

Plainview took a 24-20 lead at halftime led by the scoring of Katie Lehnertz, who had a game-high 13 points. Daly added of trio of three-pointers and Plainview led 43-26 at the end of the third quarter.

The Rebels were led in scoring by Ashton May with eight points.

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