Aayla Humphrey takes the hit as she is fouled on the fats break during the Lady Tigers victory over Westran on January 8th.

Points can be hard to come by against Scotland County’s aggressive full-court pressure, but on Tuesday evening in Westran, the Lady Tigers were particularly stingy, shutting out the Hornets the entire first half en route to a 55-10 victory.

SCR-I forced a whopping 44 turnovers by Westran and held the Lady Hornets to just three made field goals in the contest, limiting the opposition to 17% shooting.

The final margin likely would have been even more lopsided, but the Lady Tigers didn’t have one of their best shooting nights of the year either, converting just 30% of their shots, while not getting much better from the free throw line where SCR-I made just 11 of 28 free throws for 39%.

Scotland County jumped out to an 11-0 lead in the first quarter despite struggling to connect from behind the arc. SCR-I shot just 19% from three-point range in the contest.

The Lady Tigers extended the lead to 23-0 at the intermission.

Westran finally got on the board in the third period, but the Lady Tigers ramped up the offense, outscoring the home team 24-6 in the quarter.

Madie Bondurant, Hannah Feeney and Katie Feeney all made three-pointers and Emiley Dial converted a three-point play to make the score 43-6 with 1:54 left in the period.

A running clock over the final eight minutes resulted in a 55-10 final score.

Bondurant and Micah Cooley each finished with 11 points to lead SCR-I in scoring. Dial had eight points and five rebounds while Hannah Feeney also finished with eight points. Katie Feeney added seven points and a team-high seven steals as SCR-I improved to 7-4 on the year and 2-0 in the Lewis & Clark Conference.