West Side Chris­tian com­petes in tour­na­ment.

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MAG­NO­LIA - West Side Chris­tian com­peted in the AACS Pre­sea­son Bas­ket­ball Tour­na­ment, which con­cluded Satur­day at Columbia Chris­tian. The Lady War­riors went 3-0, in­clud­ing a 32-24 win over Rus­sel­lville’s Com­mu­nity Chris­tian on Satur­day. The War­riors, who went 2-1, beat Com­mu­nity Chris­tian 51-38.

“I’m proud of all of the teams. They had to bat­tle against some quality op­po­nents,” said West Side coach Ran­dall Miller.

On Satur­day, Lau­ren Land scored 17 points to lead the Lady War­riors with Car­ley Du­gal adding five.

West Side opened the tour­na­ment Thurs­day with a 36-22 win over Gar­rett Me­mo­rial. Land scored 15 with Sofia Nar­ciso and Han­nah Miller adding eight and seven, re­spec­tively.

Miller cred­ited Du­gal’s de­fense against the league’s co-Player of the Year. “She did a great job,” he said.

The Lady War­riors beat Columbia Chris­tian 37-23 on Fri­day. Land scored 16 with Miller and Rylee Scriber adding six and five, re­spec­tively.

The win was costly as Nar­ciso, the start­ing point guard, went down with a knee in­jury. Miller said Scriber moved

over to the point. He also said Abby Sipes and eighth graders Daisy Tabe and Grace McNabb all stepped up their roles.

West Side’s var­sity boys beat Gar­rett Me­mo­rial 58-50 on Thurs­day. Steph­fan Tabe scored 28 with Zack­ley Pear­son scor­ing 17 and John Wylie nine.

The War­riors lost to Columbia Chris­tian 54-52 on Fri­day, miss­ing a game-win­ning shot at the buzzer. Tabe scored 29 with An­der­son Col­ley and Gar­rett Williamson con­tribut­ing nine and seven, re­spec­tively.

Wylie, the start­ing point guard, in­jured

his knee and was re­placed by younger brother Sam Wylie.

The War­riors re­bounded with a 51-38 win over Com­mu­nity Chris­tian on Satur­day. Pear­son scored 22 with Tabe adding 18. Sam Wylie scored five.

Miller said the in­juries to his two point guards put a damper on the week­end.

“The young kids got to play un­der pressure, which is go­ing to help us on down the road,” he said. “But, it’s tough, right now.”

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