The top-seeded Lewistown Lady Indians romped to another victory, while South Fulton was also victorious Thursday in the second day of action of the 37th annual Lady Tiger Classic.

The top-seeded Lewistown Lady Indians romped to another victory, while South Fulton was also victorious Thursday in the second day of action of the 37th annual Lady Tiger Classic.


LEWISTOWN 87, TRIOPIA 33
The evening’s final quarterfinal game saw Lewistown improve to 15-0 as it rolled up 38 points in the opening quarter against the eighth-seeded Lady Trojans.


The Lady Indians would lead 38-10 after the opening eight minutes. They would would go on to score 20 points in the second and third quarters on the way to notching a 58-19 halftime lead and a 78-26 advantage following three quarters.


Sydney Shaeffer and Anna Heffren topped Lewistown with 23 and 22 points respectively.


Hannah Burdess also finished in double figures with 11 points. Libby Hopkins was next with seven points, followed by Alex Ebert (six), Carli Heffren and Macy Mikulich (five each). Baylee Mayberry, Paige Bennett, Kennedy Mayberry and Kaeli Spotloe all chipped in two points each for the victors.


Anna Burrus led Concord-Triopia/Meredosia-Chambersburg/Virginia with 10 points.


SOUTH FULTON 35, HAVANA 34
In consolation quarterfinal play, the 12th seeded Lady Rebels edged the 13th seeded Lady Ducks.


South Fulton (8-7) led Havana 12-11 after the opening quarter before posting an 8-2 advantage in the second period to take a 20-13 halftime lead.


The Lady Ducks narrowed the gap to 27-21 after three quarters and would outscore the Lady Rebels 13-8 in the final period before South Fulton would hang on.


Amanda Parker paced South Fulton with 12 points while Maddy Coulter added 11 and Hollidae Koster nine for the Lady Rebels. Emily Porter chipped in two points and Gabi Kreps one.


Maggie Dillard led Havana with eight points, while Noelle Ash and Sydnie Linder added six points each for the Lady Ducks.


South Fulton would finish 16-of-37 from the free throw line, compared to 1-of-2 for Havana.


NORTH GREENE 47, NORTH FULTON 43
In a play-in consolation bracket contest, the second quarter proved to be the difference the Lady Spartans edged the Lady Wildcats.


North Fulton led 8-6 after the opening period, but would be outscored 19-7 in the second quarter in trailing 25-15 at halftime.


Both teams scored 13 points in the third quarter before the Lady Wildcats posted a 15-9 edge in the final minutes before falling four points short.


Grace Bridson led North Fulton with 18 points, while Sloan Miller added 16 for the Lady Wildcats. Carlee Quick chipped in eight points and Ellie Quick one for NFW.


Lakeleigh Brown had a game-high 21 points for North Greene.