Saturday, January 21, 2017

Regan Allee Breaks Single Game Three Point Record; Tiger Girls Post Longest Winning Streak Since 2007

Worth County's girls posted their longest winning streak since 2007, posting their first three-game winning streak since then with a 61-40 win over Pattonsburg Friday. They also posted a 63-29 win over one-win St. Joseph Christian after beating Albany earlier last week.

Regan Allee set a school record for most three-pointers in the game with seven 3-pointers. That was one more than the previous record of six. It was set twice; the first time was Liz Lasman, who hit six against North Nodaway on December 11th, 2001. On February 12th, 2002, teammate Kayna Wake (now Cameron) also hit six, this time against Stanberry. Lasman still holds the single season record with 68, followed by Wake with 41 during the 2001-2002 season.

Pattonsburg kept the game close and trailed 28-19 at the half, but Worth County pulled away with 25 points in the third quarter to put the game away. Jessi Badell had 12 points, her best showing since the first game of the year. Kristin New and Anna Gladstone had 9 each, Kaylee McElvain had 5 each, Payton Adwell had 4, and Nevada Hoff had 1.

The boys split the week after beating Albany, falling to Christian 35-34 and then turning around and beating Pattonsburg 58-27 to get back on the winning track heading into the Northwest Missouri Tournament.

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