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#9 Lady Pioneers Roll as they Beat West Liberty, 105-81

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Ginny Mills scored 10 points in the #9 Lady Pioneers huge win over West Liberty, 105-81

Glenville, W.Va. – The #9 Glenville State Lady Pioneers rolled to a 24 point victory on Senior Day as they defeated MEC conference foe West Liberty, 105-81.

In the first half the Lady Pioneers would jump out to a huge lead as they took a 17-0 lead at the 15:34 mark.

GSC would cruise the rest of the way as they went into halftime up by 27 points, 64-37.

In the second half it was all GSC as they continued to roll. The Lady Pioneers biggest lead came at the 12:00 minute mark of the second half as GSC took a 39 point lead, 94-55.

And the Lady Pioneers would cruise a nice victory over West Liberty, 105-81. With the win the Lady pioneers avenge an early season loss to West Liberty that came back on January 13th .

The victory also came on Senior Day for the Lady Pioneers.

With the Lady Pioneers scoring over 100 points they broke the NCAA Record for most games in a season with at least 100 points or more as this was their 17th game with 100 points or more. The record was previously held by Hampton with 16 games over 100 points back in 1988.

GSC caused 23 turnovers and converted them into 28 points. The Lady Pioneers outscored West Liberty in the paint 50 to 28, they also out-rebounded West Liberty 54 to 47.

The Lady Pioneers had four players score in double figures with Kenyona Simmons scoring a game high 24 points. Tasia Bristow scored 15 points and had 2 steals in the game.

Keyanna Tate scored 11 points and grabbed a game high 14 rebounds as she finished with a double double while Ginny Mills finished with 10 points.

West Liberty was led by Emily Bucon as she finished with 18 points.

The Lady Pioneers return to action Saturday, March 1st when they travel to West Virginia Wesleyan for the final regular season game. Tip-off is set for 2:00 pm.

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