No. 5 Lady Panthers open new year with win over Glencoe


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Class 5A No. 5 Southside improved to 15-3 with a 55-18 win over Glencoe on Tuesday, Jan. 2 at Southside.
For the Lady Panthers, Laylah Davis knocked down four three-point baskets on the way to a team-high 18 points. She also had five tipped passes. Hannah Westcott added 11 points and five rebounds, while Grace Ann Rose scored 10 points. Mallory Brooks (pictured above) finished with nine points, eight tipped passes and five forced turnovers, while Madison Shaw had seven points, four rebounds and three assists. Jovi Marble contributed four forced turnovers, four tipped passes and four assists. Kinlee Montgomery paced the Lady Yellow Jackets with nine points, followed by Evelyn Nowak with four.
Southside posted a pair of victories at last week’s Alabaster Christmas Classic. The Lady Panthers defeated Hueytown, 71-53 and Orange Beach, 45-35.
Against Hueytown, Shaw finished with 18 points and three rebounds, followed by Davis with 17 points and six rebounds and Rose with 15 points, four rebounds and three assists.
Against Orange Beach, Shaw had 13 points and three rebounds, Rose had 12 points and six boards and Davis had seven points and five assists.
On Dec. 22, Southside defeated Cherokee County, 58-47. Rose poured in 25 points along with 10 rebounds. Shaw finished with 13 points, five forced turnovers and five tipped passes, while Davis contributed 11 points and four tipped passes. Marble chipped in six points, five assists and four rebounds. Westcott grabbed seven rebounds.

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