Lady Wolves cruise past Southern University-Shreveport

Published 10:45 am Tuesday, November 17, 2015

Co-Lin Media / Natalie Daivs / Co-Lin's Alysha Guidry (23) drives past Southern University Shreveport's Jada Taylor (5).

Co-Lin Media / Natalie Daivs / Co-Lin’s Alysha Guidry (23) drives past Southern University Shreveport’s Jada Taylor (5).

SUMMIT – Sophomore Tytiana Hall scored 17 points to lead the Copiah-Lincoln Community College Lady Wolves to a 95-55 win over the Southern-University Shreveport Lady Jaguars Monday in the Southwest-Coca-Cola Classic in Summit.

Five other Lady Wolves joined Hall in double-figures. Kelley Allen and Jamilah Sanders added 12 points apiece followed by Danisha Davis with 11 and Alysha Guidry and Princess Cohen with 10 each.

Co-Lin (3-0) held a 41-26 lead at halftime. They came out in the second half shooting a a blistering 76 percent (22-of-29) from the field finishing the game at 58 percent (39-of-67).

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Lady Wolves head coach Gwyn Young was able to substitute freely in the second half as every member of the team got in the scoring column.

Sophomore point guard Alexis Collins dished out five assists. Allen blocked four shots.

Antrice McCoy led the Lady Jaguars with a game-high 18 points. Tra’Von Williams chipped in 10 points.

The Lady Wolves will play Pensacola State today at 1 p.m. Listen live at or on WMJU 104.3 FM in Brookhaven.