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Lamar Lady Warriors: 

Lamar Lady Warriors 2007-2008

Lamar at Atkins: 

Lamar at Atkins Lamar Senior Girls opened the season with a 37-26 win over the Atkins Red Devils. The lady Warriors got off to a slow start, but turned it up in the second half. Lamar was led by good guard play tonight as Courtney Vines had 13 points and Brittney Robinson had nine. Brittney led the team with nine rebounds six steals and two assists. Callie Hogrefe and Alex Holland each had three steals while Alex had six rebounds and Whitney Brown grabbed four boards.

Lamar at Dardanelle: 

Lamar at Dardanelle The Lamar Sr. Lady Warriors dropped to 1-1 at the hands of 4A Dardanelle. While Lamar did not shoot the ball well, they had a shot at the end as Robinson grabbed the rebound off of a missed free throw with five seconds left, but Vines could not get the game tying shot off. It was the post play that kept Lamar in the game tonight as the Lady Warriors were led by Alex Holland with 13 points and seven boards followed by Whitney Brown with 12 points and five boards. The Lady Warriors fought hard in the loss to Dardanelle 42-45.

Lamar at Clinton: 

Lamar at Clinton The Lamar Sr. Lady Warriors dropped to 1-2 as they fall to 4A Clinton 59-42 at the Hive. It was a Battle of talented sophomores as Brittney Robinson and Whitney Donahue went bucket for bucket for the first 16 minutes of the game. Both shot the ball well as Brittney led Lamar with 13 and Whitney led Clinton with 16 as the teams went to intermission. Clinton took a 28-24 lead at the half. The third quarter proved to be the difference as Clinton came out and put a double team, and at times a triple team on Brittney; and Lamar had no answer for Donahue. Robinson led Lamar in all categories with 15 points, eight rebounds and three assists. Vines added seven points, Brown six and Holland five.

Lamar at Fayetteville Christian: 

Lamar at Fayetteville Christian The Lady Warriors, though hungry for a home game, are hungrier for a win. After watching the Sr. Boys lose a heartbreaker on a last second dunk in OT, the Lady Warriors came out and spoiled the Queens Ball at homecoming for Fayetteville Christian. The Lady Warriors evened up their record at 2-2 with a 36-26 win over the defending state champs. Tonight the Warriors were led by the senior post tandem of Brown and Holland. Whitney led the team with a double-double of 13 points and 13 rebounds while Alex had seven points and nine rebounds. BB chipped in seven points and Courtney had four. Brittney played tremendous defense as she shutdown FCS’s top scorer holding her to only a free throw in the second half.

Lamar vs. Plainview: 

Lamar vs. Plainview Lamar Sr. Lady Warriors finally get to play a home game, and they made the best of it as they improve to 3-2 on the season with a 58-25 whipping of the Plainview Lady Panthers. This was an all hands on deck night as nine Lady Warriors entered into the scoring column. BB Arnold paced the Lady Warriors with 12 points, while Alex and Whitney each had 10. Whitney and Brittney Robinson led the Warriors with eight Boards each as Brittney had five assists.

Lamar vs. Fource Valley : 

Lamar vs. Fource Valley The Sr. Lady Warriors routed Fourche Valley 65-19 in the first round of the Plainview Invitational Tournament. Courtney Vines opened the game with the first of Lamar’s eight 3, as the Lady Warriors jumped out to an 18-0 first quarter lead. Vines led all scorers with 16. Caitlin Renner added 15, Alex Holland 11 and Brittney Robinson chipped in 10 as four lady Warriors were in double figures tonight. Lamar shot the ball as well tonight as they have all season. Vines also led the Lady Warriors with five steals as Robinson led the team with eight rebounds and had four steals of her own. This game was over early, but Lamar played with intensity the entire 32 minutes.

Lamar vs. Ola: 

Lamar vs. Ola

Lamar vs. Ola: 

Lamar vs. Ola The Lady Warriors rally from down eight in the 4th quarter to advance to the semi-finals of the Plainview Invitational Tournament with a 45-40 win over the Ola Lady Mustangs. It was a battle from the opening tip as the Lady Mustangs jumped out to a 6-0 lead, only to see Whitney Brown lead Lamar back to a 10-8 first quarter advantage as she scored 6 of her season high 16 points. Ola regained control by the end of the half with a strong second quarter to take a 22-20 lead into the locker room. Lamar coach Carl Ramsey made a few adjustments at the half, but stayed with the game plan to start the third quarter. Ola immediately hit a three and the teams swapped buckets for the rest of the quarter leaving the Lady Warriors trailing by a score of 31-26 after three periods of play. Again, Ola started the fourth as they did in the third with a trey, but that would be the last of their shining moments. Courtney Vines came right back and hit a three to cut the lead to five. Brittney Robinson came up with a steal and an assist to Whitney Brown to cut the lead to three. The Lady Warriors would keep up this pace on defense for the remainder of the game. Brown hit two free throws to pull Lamar within one, and ?Holland later tied the game with a charity shot of her own. Callie Hogrefe then hit the end of a pair of foul shots to put the Lady Warriors on top for good. Vines came up with one of her season high nine rebounds off of an Ola miss, and cleared the ball out to Brittney Robinson who went coast to coast to score two of her eight points and give Lamar a three point lead. On the next possession, Holland grabbed what might have been the rebound of the night, and drew the foul. After hitting one of two from the line, it was a two possession game and never got any closer. It was a great game as Lamar improved to 5-2 on the season. Brown led the Lady Warriors in scoring as Vines added 12. Vines led Lamar on the boards with nine while Holland and Brown had six boards each and Robinson grabbed five. Defensively, the Lady Warriors played what might have been their best game of the campaign thus far as Robinson once again led the charge with her intensity. Lamar also protected the ball well tonight with a season low 10 turnovers.

Lamar vs. Scranton: 

Lamar vs. Scranton It was the tale of two halves…plus one OT as the Lamar Lady Warriors dropped a heartbreaker 49-45 to the Scranton Lady Rockets at Plainview. Lamar took what looked like a commanding lead to the locker room. Lamar led by 13, 27-24, behind Brittney Robinson’s hot hand. Brittney had 11 of her season high 20 points in the first half. However, with Lamar struggling to grab a rebound, Sadra Siebenmorgan got h9ot and led Scranton back to a 45-45 tie at the end of regulation. Scranton scored the only four points of the extra period to advance to the finals of the Plainview Invitational Tournament. Lamar was led by Robinson’s 20 points, five rebounds and six steals. Brown added 11 points and five boards, as Vines added five points and three boards. Alex Holland led Lamar with nine rebounds as she and Callie Hogrefe each had four assists.

Lamar vs. Dover: 

Lamar vs. Dover The Lamar Sr. Girls dropped a hard fought battle to 4A Dover 43-36 at Plainview. The Lady Warriors fall to 504 on the season. In a game that saw the Dover Pirates live at the free throw line, Lamar went six for six on their opportunities at the charity stripe. However, in the end, Dover’s physical play was allowed to continue and proved to be the difference. Brittney Robinson led Lamar with 14 points and six rebounds, while Vines added nine points. Brown led the rebounding charge for Lamar with seven boards. The pre-conference has seen Lamar play three different 4A schools on the road, and will not get any easier next week as they host 5A Beebe and then open conference play on Friday at Lavaca. Sophomore Guard/Forward Brittney Robinson of Lamar earned all-tournament honors at the Plainview Invitational Tournament. During Lamar’s four games, Robinson averaged 14 points, six rebounds and four steals per game.

Lamar vs. Beebe: 

Lamar vs. Beebe The Lamar Senior Girls close out their pre-conference schedule at 5-5 with a 51-38 loss at the hands of 5A Beebe. This was a fast paced game that saw the Lady Badgers jump out to a 15-3 lead early in the opening stanza. The Lady Warriors would play from behind the rest of the game. Lamar closed the lead to five in the second quarter, three in the third and again to five in the fourth only to see Beebe extend it out each time. Courtney Vines led Lamar with 10 points while Brittney Robinson added eight, BB Arnold seven and Hailey Crotts six. Robinson and Whitney Brown led the rebounding for the Lady Warriors with nine boards each. Robinson also made three picks. The big difference in the game tonight was Lamar had 18 turnovers and only five steals. The Lady Warriors open up conference play against Lavaca on the road Friday night.

First 10 Games: 

First 10 Games

Lamar vs. Lavaca: 

Lamar vs. Lavaca In what might have their worst 16 minutes of basketball, the Lamar Senior Lady Warriors dug too big of a hole to climb out of. Lamar dropped to 5-6 on their season and 0-1 in conference play with a 43-45 loss at the hands of the Lady Arrows. Lamar fought hard in the second half, but could not overcome the 25-5 halftime deficit. Courtney Vines led Lamar with 13 points while Arnold and ???Jessica Davis each had eight and Robinson four. Robinson and Holland each had six rebounds and Holland had four steals.

Lamar vs. Cedarville: 

Lamar vs. Cedarville Lamar Sr. Girls light it up on Cedarville to improve to 6-6 on the year and 1-1 in 3A4 play. The Lady Warriors were hot in the first half as they drained seven 3’s to take a 39-19 lead into the locker room. It was one of the best outings of the year as the bench was cleared in the 50-38 victory. The game was never as close as the final score indicates. Courtney Vines led all scorers with 15 points as Alex Holland was also in double figures with 11. Brittney Robinson added nine, Brown and Arnold each had five and Jessica Davis rounded out the scoring with a three of her own. It was a very balanced attack as five different Lady Warriors had three’s. Whitney Brown had eight rebounds while Brittney Robinson had six boards and four assists.

Lamar vs. Mansfield: 

Lamar vs. Mansfield Lamar Senior Girls win second straight conference game to improve to 7-6 on the season and 2-1 in conference play. The Lady Warriors beat Mansfield 47-32 as once again all eleven Lady Warriors hit the floor. Vines had a career high 19 points to lead Lamar behind her five 3’s while Alex Holland was also in double figures with 16. Brittney Robinson and Whitney Brown each had four points. Brittney led the Lady Warriors with six rebounds and two assists while Vines grabbed five boards and five steals. Alex led the thievery department with five steals.

Lamar vs. Wonderview: 

Lamar vs. Wonderview Lamar Sr. Girls improve to 8-6 on the season with a 46-38 win over non-conference opponent Wonderview. The Lady Warriors opened the game with a 13-11 first quarter. The first half would remain tight throughout as Lamar would add a single point to its lead to go to the locker room up 24-21. The difference in the game came in the third stanza as the Lady Warriors stretched their lead to eight at 35-27, and that would be the final margin. Vines was in double figures for the fifth straight game, and led a balanced scoring attack for Lamar with 16 points. Brittney and Alex each had nine points and BB added six. Robinson again led Lamar’s rebounding stats with seven boards and two steals while Courtney had six boards and two steals and Jessica Davis had five rebounds and a theft. Whitney Brown led the assist category with four. This is the first of three non-conference games the Lady Warriors will play over Christmas break.

Lamar vs. Mayflower: 

Lamar vs. Mayflower Lamar Sr. Girls win their fourth straight and improve to 9-6 on the season with a 38-15 route of the Mayflower Eagles in the opening round of the Clinton Christmas Classic. Lamar opened the game with a 12-6 run in the first quarter and never looked back. They extended their lead to 23-12 by halftime, and then to 27-14 after three periods of play. Ina game that would see coach CarI Ramsey clear the bench, eight different Lady Warriors entered into the scoring column. BB led Lamar with eight, Brittney had seven, Whitney six and three different Lady Warriors with four points. Brittney led Lamar with six rebounds, as she and Alex both had three steals. Alex led in the assist category with three dishes for buckets.

Lamar vs. Clinton: 

Lamar vs. Clinton Lamar Sr. Girls win streak ends at four as they fall to the host Lady Yellow Jackets 41-31 in the Clinton Christmas Classic. Lamar spotted Clinton 8-0 in the first quarter before the offense finally kicked in. The final three quarters of basketball were very tight, but Lamar never could break into the lead. Brittney Robinson led Lamar in all categories with 10 points, 6 rebounds, 3 steals and an assist. Courtney Vines added nine points and three steals, while Whitney Brown had five points and five rebounds. The Lady Warriors will be back in 3A4 conference play next Friday night at Mountainburg.

Lamar vs. Mountainburg: 

Lamar vs. Mountainburg The Sr. Lady Warriors earn their 10th win on the season with a 14 point victory at Mountainburg. The first 16 minutes were tight as Lamar took a 17-13 first quarter lead and increased it slightly to go to the locker room up 25-24. But the Lady Warriors (10-7, 3-1) came out in their man defense and shutdown the hot handed guards from Mountainburg. Whitney Brown led Lamar with her season high 17 points as Courtney Vines had 13 and Brittney Robinson had six. Whitney also led the Lady Warriors with eight rebounds and Brittney had seven and a block. Britt and Courtney each had three assists. The senior tandem of Vines and Brown shot the ball well tonight while the sophomore tandem of Robinson and Arnold shut down the guards in the second half.

Lamar vs. Hector: 

Lamar vs. Hector As the final buzzer sounded the Senior Lady Warriors had seen all eleven players on the floor and nine in the scoring column while they enjoyed a 30 point win over Hector. Lamar improved to 11-7 on the season and 4-1 in conference play. Lamar opened the game with a 13-6 lead after one period of play. After a defensive adjustment and a lot of hot shooting, the Lady Warriors blew the game open in the second to take a 29-8 lead to the locker room. Brittney Robinson led the way tonight with eight points, five rebounds, four steals, six assists and two blocks. It was a great game for the sophomore. Caitlin Kenner also had 8 points tonight with a pair of three’s. Whitney Brown had a hot hand early and finished with seven points, Vines six, Arnold five and Holland and Hogrefe four each. Holland and Hogrefe each had four rebounds as well.

Lamar vs. Charleston: 

Lamar vs. Charleston The Lamar Senior Girls drop a conference game at home to the Charleston Tigers 56-42. the Lady Warriors (11-8, 4-2) came out on fire as they ended the first period of play with a 14-4 lead. Charleston heated up in the second quarter with 17 points to cut the Lamar lead to 24-21. Lamar could not answer the Lady Tigers in the second half as the defending 3A4 conference champs held off Lamar to take the win. Courtney Vines led Lamar with 12 points, three steals and four assists. Brittney Robinson had her first double-double of the season with 11 points, 11 rebounds , three steals and three assists. Whitney Brown added seven points and Alex Holland grabbed six boards.

Lamar vs. Paris: 

Lamar Sr. lady Warriors improve to 12-8 on the season and 5-2 in conference play as they hand the Lady Eagles a good old fashioned whippin’. Paris opened the game hot as they went 4-4 from behind the arc. Lamar would take its first lead in the game as Courtney Vines drained a three at the end of the first quarter to make it 13-12. That was really the end of the game as Lamar’s pressure got to the Lady Eagles. The Lady Warriors took a commanding 31-17 lead to the locker room, and then began clearing the bench in the second half. By the end of the night, all 12 Lady Warriors were on the floor and nine were in the scoring column as Lamar won 59-33. Alex led Lamar with 14 points and seven rebounds, while Courtney and BB added 10 points each and Brittney and Whitney each had seven points. Brittney had six boards and Jessica Davis led Lamar with four steals. Jessica and Alex each had four assists tonight as well. Lamar vs. Paris

First 20 Games: 

First 20 Games 12-8 overall 5-2 conference

Lamar vs. Lavaca: 

Lamar Sr. Lady Warriors drop a heartbreaker at home 48-47 to Lavaca. Lamar falls to 12-9 on the season and 5-3 in conference play. The Lady Warriors came out hot and took a 10-5 lead after one period of play. Lavaca cut into the lead in the second, but Brittney Robinson’s 15 footer at the buzzer sent Lamar to the locker room up 17-14. The teams swapped buckets for most of the third and then Lavaca hit a three at the end of the period to tie the game at 33. The fourth quarter would see Lavaca take a 6 point lead with 1:10 remaining. Then Brittney got a steal and a bucket to cut the lead to four with 1:02 left. On the insuring possession, Brittney got her game high fifth steal and Callie hit a bucket in the lane to cut it to two. A foul sent Lavaca to the line and after hitting both free throws, the lead was back to four. Lamar came down and Vines drained a three to cut it to one, but time ticked off before Lavaca had to inbound the ball. BB led Lamar with 14 points including four threes. Brittney Robinson had a double-double with 12 points, 13 rebounds, five steals, three blocks and three assists. Courtney added nine points, Alex five points and nine rebounds and Callie added four points and four assists. Lamar vs. Lavaca

Lamar vs. Mansfield: 

Lamar Sr. Lady Warriors improve to 13-9 on the season and 6-3 in conference playas they go into Mansfield and come away with a 22 point win 61-39. The two teams swapped buckets for the first four minutes of the game, as Mansfield led 6-5 at the four minute mark. Lamar closed out the quarter with a 14-2 run to take a 19-8 lead at the end of the first stanza. The lady Warriors kept the hot hand for the rest of the half and took a 37-21 lead into the locker room. As coach Carl Ramsey cleared the bench in the second half, Lamar continued to extend it’s lead to 22 to close out the game. Brittney Robinson led the way for Lamar tonight with her second consecutive double – double. Britt had 13 points, 10 rebounds three blocks, three steals and three assists. Courtney added 12 points and Alex netted ll. Whitney and BB each had five rebounds, and Courtney had three assists. The Lady Warriors controlled the ball well tonight as they had only 8 turnovers while dishing out 13 assists. Lamar vs. Mansfield

Lamar vs. Mountainburg: 

Brittney Robinson opened the game with a 22 foot jumper for three and set the tone for Lamar’s 58-15 route of Mountainburg. Lamar Sr. Lady Warriors improved to 14-9 on the season and 7-3 in conference play with tonight, victory. Lamar led 17-3 after the first eight minutes of play and then held Mountainburg scoreless in the second to take a 25 point lead to the locker room. The benches were cleared in the second half as Lamar extended its lead to 35 after three and 43 by the end. Eleven of twelve lady Warriors were in the scoring column led by BB Arnold and Courtney Vines with 13 and 12 points respectively. Whitney Brown had five boards and Brittney Robinson added four boards to lead Lamar. Brittney and Whitney led in the thefts with four each and Brittney, Courtney and Callie each had three assists. Lamar vs. Mountainburg

Lamar vs. Cedarville: 

Well crap!! That is about all you can say after this one, as Lamar Senior girls lose a heart breaker at Cedarville 40-37. Lamar (14-10, 7-4 in 3A4) eased out to an 8-6 lead after one quarter; only to see the Lady Pirates totally dominate the second quarter to send Lamar to the locker room down 23-13. The Lady Warriors came out of the locker room and dominated the third period to tie the game at 33 with 8 minutes of play remaining. Lamar took the first lead of the final stanza with 5:05 left to play at 35-33. Lamar got a rebound and held the ball to the 3:00 mark before turning it over. The Lady Warriors again defended the basket well and came down and scored to go up four at 37-33. Cedarville drained a three and got a jump ball. With 33.3 seconds Cedarville got the possession down 317-36. Arnold got a steal with 19.0 seconds remaining and was fouled. On the in suing possession Lamar turned the ball over. Vines was whistled for afoul and Cedarville hit both free throws to go up one. Brittney beat the press and kicked to Alex who could not connect from 10 feet. Lamar would get one more chance as Cedarville missed the front end of the one and one with 5.0 seconds, but Alex could not pull down the rebound and Cedarville put it back up to seal the win. The sophomores led the way tonight as Brittney had 15 points and five rebounds and BB had nine points. Alex grabbed Six rebounds while Whitney and Courtney each had five boards. Lamar vs. Cedarville

Lamar vs. Hector: 

The Lamar Senior Lady Warriors earn their 15th win of the season in a Homecoming route of Hector. Lamar (15-10, 8-4 in 3A4) had a hard time finding the basket in the first period of play and only led 8-1, but the second quarter was a different story. Lamar put up 19 in the second and 24 in the third as they went on to win 63-14. Brittney and Courtney got hot in the second quarter and the shooting was contagious. Caitlin Kenner led Lamar with 14 points tonight as Vines and Robinson both had 12 points and BB Arnold added 11 points. Vines led the Lady Warriors with six boards while Alex Holland and Kenner both grabbed four boards. Jessica White had five steals and Robinson had four. Whitney Brown and Callie Hogrefe each had four assists. Lamar vs. Hector

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