Kierra Adams, who led the Mid-South Community College Lady Greyhounds in scoring and rebounding in 2014-15, has signed to continue her education and basketball career at Lincoln University in Jefferson City, Missouri.
Arkansas Sports Hall of Famer and Crittenden County native Sonja Tate, who has excelled as a player and coach on multiple levels, is returning to her roots to direct the Mid-South Community College Lady Greyhounds.
The MSCC Lady Greyhounds just couldn't seem to get over the hump.
Despite trailing by 9 points at halftime, and as many as 15 in the second half, the Lady Greyhounds battled back to within 2 points late in the contest, before falling 82-78 in the Region 2 title game against North Arkansas.
A pair of Victoria Broady free throws snapped a 71-71 tie with 3 seconds left on the clock and a steal in the backcourt gave MSCC a 73-71 win against North Arkansas. The victory ensures that MSCC will host North Arkansas on February 28 at 2 p.m. for the region 2 championship game.
After winning in Harrison to clinch the 2013-14 Region 2 title last February, the Lady Greyhounds return trip this season to play North Arkansas College went quite differently as the Lady Pioneers scorched the nets to win 105-77 Saturday.