Northwest Mississippi the second quarter to garner a lead and the third quarter to break the game open as they took a 79-62 win over the Lady Greyhounds Monday in Senatobia.
Trailing 42-30 at the half, ASU Mid-South (6-15) scored 16 points in both the third and fourth quarters, but the Lady Rangers (11-6) broke open the game with a 24-point third period and coasted the rest of the way.
Aaliyah Lee led the Lady Greyhounds with 16 points, Adrianne Chambers scored 13, Kaylan Larry had 11, and Alindavia Lockett finished with 10 points and a team-high 4 assists. Jaquita Caldwell led ASU Mid-South with 9 rebounds. The Lady Greyhounds hit an outstanding 7-of-17 from the three-point line, but 22 turnovers to Northwest's 7 was too much to overcome.
The Lady Greyhounds return to The Dog House Saturday, February 8 against National Park College in a Region 2 matchup and host Three Rivers College the following Monday.