Tandy Overstreet

Senior Hailey Snyder takes a shot for the Lady Plainsmen in North Platte on Friday.

Lady Plainsmen prepare for Lady Longhorns

After their extended break for the holidays, the Lady Plainsmen were finally back on the court last week for two games on the road. 

North Platte St. Pat’s was up first on Friday night, followed by Sutherland the next day. 

The girls suffered two losses to take their record to 1-9. 

NPSP

The Lady Plainsmen allowed the Lady Irish to take the game to 26-0 by the end of the first period, before the offense put up four points for PC in the second. At halftime, the PC girls were trailing 39-4.

Three points went up for PC in both the third and the fourth, however, NPSP continued to hit the net, taking them to a 63-10 win over PC.

Sutherland

Following the loss in North Platte, the Lady Plainsmen headed to Sutherland the next day where they took on the 2-6 Lady Sailors.

Perkins County saw their girls put up six in the first period, and add four in the second. 

The Lady Sailors had the lead at halftime, 29-10.

The Lady Plainsmen continued to improve their play and added seven points in the third and eight in the fourth.

Despite their efforts, the Lady Plainsmen fell to the Sailors 47-25.

Next action

PC will head to Imperial on Thursday to play the 5-5 Lady Longhorns in the annual pink-out game. Game time is set to begin at 6 p.m.

In home game action, the 3-8 Wauneta Palisade Broncos will come to play at PCS at 5:30 on Friday, Jan. 11.

SPVA is scheduled to begin on Jan. 15.

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