Elkins, WV – The Glenville State Lady Pioneers won their 14th straight game on Thursday night as they defeated a tough Davis & Elkins team by a final of, 67-53.
It also marked GSC’s 25th straight win over the Davis & Elkins Senators.
Both teams struggled in the first half of play as both the Lady Pioneers and Senators found it tough to get any offense as it was all knotted up at 30 all at the half.
In the second half of play, the Lady Pioneers would go on a run at the 15:26 mark as they would build an 11 point lead, 51-40.
GSC would go on and extend their lead to 15 points, 63-48 with only 4:31 left to play.
Davis & Elkins would try and battle back but the Lady Pioneers would walk away with a hard fought victory, 67-53.
The Lady Pioneers scored 17 points off of turnovers while the Senators scored 14 points.
GSC also outscored the Senators in second chance points as the Lady Pioneers scored 17 points to Davis & Elkins 4 points.
Kenyell Goodson scored a game high 15 points in the win. LaToya Hambrick also had a good game off the bench as she scored 10 points and grabbed five rebounds.
Ginny Mills, the Lady Pioneers leading scorer, only scored eight points in the game. Aesha Peters led the Lady Pioneers in rebounds with six, while Jelena Elez led GSC in assists with eight.
Alicia Lentz scored 12 points for Davis & Elkins while Page Turner chipped in with 11 points.
The Lady Pioneers are 20-2 (15-1) on the season and return to action this Saturday when they return home as Seton Hill comes calling. Tip-off is set for 2:00 pm.