Warriors can't hang long with Idaho State
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POCATELLO -- Lewis-Clark State lost its second straight
game, falling behind early to Idaho State University as the Bengals bested
the Warriors 83-61 in women's basketball action Monday.
ISU led by as many as 19 in the first half, but L-C cut the margin to 10.
The Bengals took a 37-21 advantage into the locker room at the half.
"In the second half we played really hard," Warriors coach Brian Orr
said. "We got the (margin) down to 14, and we had three or four possessions
to cut it (further). We held it, but we never really turned the corner."
Kendra West posted a season-high 20 points for LCSC, hitting 4-of-6 from
three-point range. Ashley Baker had a double-double with 10 points and 11
rebounds. Nikki Haerling put up 10 points and seven assists.
The Warriors 9-of-12 from beyond the arc in the first half, finishing the
game with 13-of-29 in three-point shooting.
Idaho State (1-1) was led by Andrea Sivakova's career-high 16 points. She
also had seven boards, one assist and a steal. Monika Marekova shot 4-of-5,
including three treys, for 15 points. Natalie Doma led the Bengals with 11
"The big difference was their three-point shooting," Orr said. "We were
able to get inside, but our turnovers plagued us."
L-C had 25 giveaways, which led to 21 ISU points. The Bengals coughed up
The Warriors (5-2) will be in Nampa this weekend for the Northwest