DECATUR, Ga. --- The Lady Hawks (8-13,
4-7 GSAC) drop its seventh conference contest, 52-36, on the road to
Agnes Scott College (10-11, 6-6 GSAC) on Wednesday evening.
Seniors Chalise Hopkins and LaTarial
Williams each paced the Lady Hawks with 9 points, while Hopkins
posted seven rebounds in the loss.
Huntingdon opened Wednesday night's
contest up 4-3, but Agnes Scott's Kimberly Reeves sank a pair of free
throws giving the Scotties the one point lead with 17:22 left in the
The Lady Hawks largest margin came with
8:30 remaining in the half with Huntingdon on top 17-10. Agnes Scott
regained the lead by scoring 8 straight points with 3:38 left in the
first half. Hopkins converted a pair of free throws giving the Lady
Hawks its final lead of the contest, 19-18.
After eight lead changes in the first
period, Agnes Scott came out on top with a five point advantage at
intermission, 24-19. Both teams struggled scoring in the opening
period with Huntingdon shooting 29.2 percent to the Scotties 24.1
Agnes Scott controlled the final half
connecting on 11-of-26 (42.3 percent) from the field, while
Huntingdon only hit 6-of-38 shots (15.8 percent). The Scotties lead
by as much as 18 points, 52-34, with 1:31 left in the contest.
Agnes Scott was led by Kimberly Reeves
and Genefine Sapateh each with 14 points in the win. Sapateh and
Reeves each finished with double-doubles by recording 14 and 10
Huntingdon looks to rebound on
Thursday, Feb. 10, against Judson College (6-10) at 6 p.m. in Roland