Lady Patriots Soar Past Eagles 66-14

Lily Todd fights for a rebound.
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The Lady Patriots demolished the Lady Eagles on their home court with a convincing 66-14 victory improving their record to 14-2 on the season and remain undefeated in conference competition.

Chloe Moss scores inside the paint. (All photos by Ron Morris)

The team has played above expectations with the loss of their top player Kaylee Carson for the season. The team has shown they can win with their core players with a very balanced offensive attack, solid defense, rebounding, and just good fundamental basketball.

Kamryn Kitchen drives to the hoop for two points.

Their key players led by sophomore standout Kamryn Kitchen who is an excellent all around performer with good court vision, provides solid defense, and can score anywhere from the court. Add Chloe Moss, Jai’lun Brimmer, Jessica Worthey, Hannah Moss, Lola Cabaniss- Ali, and senior Lily Todd all have made significant contributions to the teams success. Chloe Moss is strong under the boards, and can score inside and hit the 3-pointer. Brimmer is another scoring threat, Worthey can make a run and provide a spark, Hannah Moss quickness and hustle is a big asset, then seniors Cabaniss-Ali and Todd combine for more rebounding and defensive depth while contributing valuable points makes this team a challenge for any competitor to stop. They are athletic and play with a positive can do attitude. This clearly showed when the Patriots took down Charlotte Catholic on the last shot of the game on the road.

In Friday night’s contest against East Mecklenburg which was basically a blow out as expected other than a very competitive first period where Indy took a 12-6 lead. However, in the second period, Indy had a 22 point run before the Lady Eagles scored a basket. The Pats eventually took a 39-8 advantage into the intermission.

Brimmer lead all scorers with 11 points in the period, Kitchen had 10 points at the half,  Chloe Moss contributed 8, and Worthey added 5 points for the Patriots. In the third period Indy opened up their lead to 55-12 with Chloe Moss dominating the period scoring 8 points and Kitchen opened up the scoring with a nifty 3-pointer from the top of the key and quickly added a jump shot to get matters rolling for the rout. All of the Lady Patriots received a fair amount of playing time throughout the game and Indy outscored their opponent 11-2 in the final period to complete the one sided victory.

Indy’s defense was outstanding, they simply had better players and more talent on the court. The Eagles were no match for the Patriots firepower in this conference match up at the “Big I.”

Chloe Moss led all scorers with 20 points a season high, Kitchen 15, Brimmer 14, Worthey 9, Cabaniss-Ali 4, Hannah Moss 3, Maya Love 2 for the Lady Patriots. while freshman PG/SG Mackenna Weisner led the Lady Eagles with 6 points.

Next week the Lady Patriots will take on local rivals Rocky River and Butler in two important conference match ups before they host Charlotte Catholic which should turn out to be a huge showdown in the “Pit” at home on January 24th.

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