PROCTORVILLE, Ohio — Can’t stop perfection.
The Fairland Lady Dragons rolled to a second straight 20-0 season, the Lady Marauders just happened to be the latest victim of the Ohio Valley Conference champion. FHS defeated Meigs 70-31 Monday night in Lawrence County.
The Lady Dragons (20-0) began the game with a 29-8 run in the first quarter and followed it with a 15-12 spurt in the second. Fairland out scored Meigs (4-18) 11-to-7 in the third period and 15-to-4 in the finale to take the 70-31 victory.
Brittany Krautter led the Maroon and Gold with eight points in the game, followed by Delilah Fish with five. Mercadies George, Hannah Cremeans and Kelsey Hudson each scored four points on the night, while Ally Maxson, Tess Phelps and Morgan Russell each marked two.
The Lady Marauders were a perfect 6-of-6 from the charity stripe in the game, while Fish hit the lone MHS triple. Meigs committed just eight fouls in the game.
Haley Woodall led Fairland with 15 points, followed by Terra Stapleton with 14 and Kayla Swinger with 11. Mackenzie Riley finished with eight points, Chandler Fulks added five, while Pieper Lewis and Mariah Chaffin each had four. Caitlyn Stone contributed three points, while Briana Dickess, Kelsey Riley and Taylor Perry each had two points.
The Lady Dragons finished 9-of-12 from the charity stripe, equaling 75 percent. Swinger, Stone and Fulks each had one three pointer in the game.
Fairland also defeated MHS on November 29th in Larry R. Morrison Gymnasium by a count of 66-31. That game was the Lady Marauders season opener. Meigs lost four consecutive games to end the regular season.