|By Doug Kimsey, Contributor for SVCsportszone.com
For a second straight game, the Unioto Lady Shermans dominated their opponents before a big crowd
at the â€œUâ€� rolling past the visiting Southeastern Lady Panthers 81-27 Saturday afternoon to stay
The high-octane Tanks (4-0, 3-0 SVC) have now posted conference game margins of victory of 114
points in the span of three days, after polishing off Westfall by 60 on Thursday.
College-bound point guard Shiann Ray did it all for the Shermans â€“ 21 points, 6 rebounds, 7 assists
and 6 steals. A highlight was a fabulous second-half, coast-to-coast lay-up off of a defensive rebound at
the low post. Ray shook her opponent with a snazzy behind-the-back dribble and was off to the races.
Sophomore guard Janae Driggs pumped in 15 while Chloe Cottrell added 12 points and 8 assists.
Senior Taylor Karshner came off the bench to score 11. Sophomore pivot Mackenzie Arledge scored 8
points, all in the first half before injuring an ankle. Senior Taylor Corcoran chipped in with 7.
For Southeastern (1-3, 1-2), junior Catherine Dresbach led with 12 points. Addison Prater added 5.
Up next for the Tanks is a road test on Thursday at Zane Trace. Southeastern visits Adena on Thursday.
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