Mauldin vs Spartanburg

  • Coach giving directions to the team

Mauldin started out strong with 10 points to the Lady Vikings’s 7. Mauldin coach Nicole Hood started #10 La’Daisa Johnson who got a defensive rebound; #11 Caitland Considine who scored a basket but got 2 fouls; #15 Walisha Brown; #21 Makayla Green was fouled shooting and scored BOTH shots from the line.; and #24 Dah’Vielle Lucas who scored a basket. Coming off the bench #14 Marshaye Leake got two rebounds and put both back for 4 points. Spartanburg’s #21 Kionna Jeter scored 5 of their 7 points.

Mauldin outscored Spartanburg in the second quarter, with 15 points to their 10 points. #10 La’Daisa Johnson scored a basket. #14 Marshaye Leake got two rebounds and put both back for 4 points AGAIN! #21 Makayla Green scored 2 baskets and got a defensive rebound. #24 Dah’Vielle Lucas stole the ball, scored a basket, got an offensive rebound and put it back for 2 followed by another pair of rebounds. #11 Caitland Considine came off the bench got a rebound, two assists and made a beautiful 3-pointer. Spartanburg’s #21 scored 6 of their 10 points. The score was 25 Mauldin to 17 Spartanburg at half

Mauldin lost the third quarter in scoring by 1 point. #10 La’Daisa Johnson scored a basket. #11 Caitland Considine scored a basket and had an assist. #21 Makayla Green scored a basket. #24 Dah’Vielle Lucas scored a basket, was fouled and made both free throws and had 2 steals. #21 Kionna Jeter, Spartanburg’s star, scored another 6 points. The score at the end of the third quarter was Mauldin 35 to Spartanburg 28.

Mauldin was outscored 10 to 18 points in the fourth quarter. #11 Caitland Considine got an assist and a defensive rebound, but missed both foul shots after being fouled while shooting; 12 Khalia Shaw scored a basket. #21 Makayla Green got two rebounds with put-backs for 4 points. She also missed from the foul line on a 1+1. #24 Dah’Vielle Lucas got a rebound and made a pair of baskets. Mauldin double-teamed Spartanburg’s #21 but she manage to score 3 3-pointers in a row, pull in a few rebounds, make a free throw and scored 2 baskets for a total of 14 of the 18 points her team needed to beat Mauldin. The last basket she shot was at the buzzer putting their team ahead for the first time in the game. The final score was Spartanburg 46 to Mauldin 45. With all the could-haves and should-haves that may have allowed Mauldin to hold on to the game, Spartanburg’s #21 Kionna Jeter is a player to watch in the future.