Lady Cardinals come up short against Coastal South


Photo: Gadsden State’s Laila Lowery (11) battles for a rebound along with Coastal Alabama South’s C’Anna Betts (left) and Nailah Mayes during the Lady Cardinals’ 77-74 loss in women’s basketball on Monday, Jan. 8. (Chris McCarthy/Messenger)

The Gadsden State women’s basketball team came up short to Coastal Alabama South, 77-74, on Jan. 8 at Beck Gymnasium. Alicia Reyes paced the Lady Cardinals with 20 points, followed by Kyla Torok with 18, Jaedyn Speights with 11 Jaxson Sizemore with eight and Victoria Winslett with seven. Speights pulled down 10 rebounds, while Sizemore grabbed seven along with four assists.

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