Dawson Community College women win 6th straight

(DCC Athletics release)

GLENDIVE – Dawson Community College recently stormed past United Tribes Technical College in their women’s basketball Mon-Dak opener, 99-73.

The Lady Buccaneers appeared confident from the start against winning every quarter but the fourth, and leading 54-34 into halftime

DCC would continue the second half with their strong full court zone press and capitalize on 29 turnovers committed by the Lady Thunderbirds of UTTC. Dawson had 17 steals on the night. DCC would also outrebound UTTC 57-54, along with solid shooting percentages: 42% from the field, 35% from beyond the arc, and 71% from the charity stripe.

Last year’s Mon-Dak Conference MVP Alexius Foster showed why she is one of the toughest players in the league again this year. She had a game high 34 points, shooting 100% from the foul line (4-4). Freshman forward Sarah Miranda had a super performance of her own with 23 points and 8 rebounds. One of the top players in steals in the conference, sophomore Ejanae Coopwood, did it again with a game high 5 steals, 5 rebounds and 14 points. Kitawna Little Light and Tasia Moore had the same stat line of 10 points, 6 rebounds, 2 assists and 2 steals. Chynna Torrence only scored 2 points, but had a team high 11 rebounds.

Head Coach Romeo Lagmay, Jr. was very pleased with the team’s first win, “Tonight was a total team effort. When the team is on the same page, and you see it and feel it, most of the time victory prevails, and it is satisfying regardless the outcome; the game is joyful. They left everything on the court, and let the chips fall where they fall. Well we had lots of chips on our end, and I am extremely proud of the team’s performance and a well prepared scouting report by our assistant coach Paige Wright.”

The Lady Bucs will face off with Lake Region State College on Sunday in Devils Lake, North Dakota.

Scott Breen

Scott Breen

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