Returning to the court after a week off, Tri County scored in double digits in each quarter on its way to a 45-19 home win Feb. 12 against McCool Junction.
Tri County jumped ahead, 11-6 after one quarter, and never looked back against the Lady Mustangs.
Starting the second half with a 21-13 lead, Tri County’s defense smothered McCool Junction’s offense in the second half allowing only six points.
For the game, the Lady Trojans shot 41 percent from the field, and were 50 percent on their shot attempts from three-point range.
Ten cagers scored for the Lady Trojans (7-14) led by Haydyn Weise with a game-high 14 points, Sloane Holtmeier and Haley Staroscik, five points each, Shalayna Niemeyer, Delaney Uher, and Josie Weise, four points apiece, Miranda Vogt, three points, and Kailey Weichel, Halle Weise, and Shae Wattjes tallied two points each.