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Wesleyan Lady Wolves Basketball:News

Wesleyan Lady Wolves Basketball

Saturday, January 12
Carter, Azar lead undermanned Wesleyan rout of Class AAAAAAA No. 3, undefeated North Cobb 59-38
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AC Carter____________________________________Nicole Azar
With junior AC Carter doing it underneath and sophomore Nicole Azar taking care of it from the outside, Wesleyan turned a five-point halftime deficit into a 21-point rout over previously unbeaten North Cobb Saturday monring in the first game of the Krossover Classic hosted by Archer High School. The Krossover Classic is one of numerous one-day showcases pitting good teams against one another as college coaches attend to scout players with their high school teams as opposed to during the AAU season.  Game 1 on the day didn't dissapoint.  It pitted two teams, highly ranked in their respective classifications, sporting identical 18-0 records.  Class A No.  1 ranked Wesleyan took the first quarter sporting a 12-10 lead at the end of the period.  Class AAAAAAA No. 3 ranked North Cobb turned things around in the second period outscoring Wesleyan 16-9 taking a five-point advantage into halftime leading 26-21.  The Lady Wolves made adjustments at halftime and came our roaring...that would be if Wolves actually about howling?  Either way, Wesleyan completely smothered the Lady Warriors from Kennesaw in the second half.  The Lady Wolves outscored North Cobb 21-6 in the third quarter and 17-6 in the fourth.  The rout over their highly regarded counterparts from the state's largest classification was complete.  The big win came as Wesleyan played without super soph point guard Paige Lyons who continues to nurse an ankle injury. Carter led the Wesleyan scoring effort with 27 points.  She was able to get to the rack drawing numerous fouls.  She shot 81% from the free throw line on 9-for-11 shooting.  Carter also had nine rebounds...all on the defensive end, three assists and two steals.  Azar was the other Wesleyan player to score in double figures as she put up 22 points while canning six three-pointers.  She also led the team in steals with four while grabbing two boards and dishing two assists.  Sophomore Alyssa Phillip cleaned the glass for the Lady Wolves as she pulled down a game high 11 rebounds. Junior Izzy Larsen scored four points, grabbed seven boards and led the team in assists with five.  Freshman Jessie Parish added four points and two rebounds while lone senior Callie Weaver did a nice job stepping in at point guard.  She had four rebounds, three assists, two points, a steal and took a charge.  This was an impressive win for Wesleyan over a highly ranked team from a much larger classification...and without its starting point guard.  The Lady Wolves improve to 19-0 on the year while handing North Cobb it's first loss of the season as they drop to 18-1.  The Lady Wolves return to region play on Tuesday as they'll face Atlanta Classical Academy in the first ever meeting between the schools.  Tipoff is 5:30 PM on Tuesday at Wesleyan.
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