Lady Jacks lose to Prosser; team is showing improvement
The Lady Jacks are still going through the pains of lopsided losses, but all is not lost.First-year head coach Cory Medina is beginning to understand that he can’t turn around the program in a day, or the first season for that matter. After all, the senior class has had four different coaches.
So far this season, Quincy has shown improvement in its ball security and is starting to take more shots Quincy lost to Prosser 61-18, but took 44 shots.
“They are doing everything they are asked,” said Medina after Saturday’s loss to Prosser. “Our average shots is 30. Today was 44, so our shot count is going up.
He also said his team had fewer turnovers than normal. The last time Quincy played Prosser the Lady Jacks had 30 turnovers.
“We’re just taking care of the ball,” Medina said. “Today was only 16. You figure at the beginning of the year we’re traveling all over the place.”
The Lady Jacks were led by Elizabeth Nielson with seven points, while Jessica Faw and Joanna Santana each chipped in four points.
Prosser was led by senior guard Brook Haringa, who scored 26 points and grabbed 13 rebounds.
Ephrata 63, Quincy 12
Heidi Bishop scored four points to pace the Lady Jacks against Ephrata last Thursday.
Quincy was limited to 12 points by the Lady Tigers, who had scoring from nine players. The game’s leading scorer was Karlee Etter at 11 points.
-Kurtis J. Wood/Post-Register