Fort Gay, W. Va. — Tolsia ( 15-5 ) Girls closed out the regular season with a 53-43 victory over Mingo Central ( 10-10 ) on Tuesday at Rebel Arena.
2021-2022 Tolsia Seniors
Lynndsey Cassell, Brooklyn Evans, Graci Snyder
Autumn Block scored a team high 21 points to lead the Rebels, Kerigan Salmons scored 14 points including 12 in the third quarter, Brooklyn Evans tallied 10 points, Lynndsey Cassell and Graci Snyder scored 4 points each.
Tolsia went 14 of 18 from the foul line and hit 3 three pointers.
Addie Smith led the Miners with 26 points, Madison Curry 7 points, Allyssa Davis and Megan Adkins had 4 points each.
The Miners hit 5 three pointers and went 4 of 9 from the foul line.
Tolsia 73 Grace Christian 24 ( Monday )
Kerigan Salmons at the Free throw line against Grace Christian.
The Rebels routed the Soldiers on Senior night after starting the game on a 17-0 run.
Kerigan Salmons was the leading scorer with 15 points including 3 three pointers, Senior Lynndsey Cassell also hit 3 three pointers for 11 points, Autumn Block also tallied 11 points, Senior Graci Snyder netted 9 points, McKenzie Cassell 8 points, Julie Young and Emily Artrip 6 points each, Senior Brooklyn Evans, Amber Stevens 3 points.
Autumn Block driving toward the basket.
The Rebels hit 7 three pointers and went 8 of 10 from the foul line.
Grace Christian ( 12-6 ) was led by Sydney Cicinas with 9 points, Abby Newcome 4 points, Carli Adkins 3 points, Marleah Wilson, Caitlyn Adams, Katie Holderby and Madelyn Eddy 2 points each.
The Soldiers went 4 of 13 from the foul line.
#2 Tolsia will begin postseason play at 6:00 Monday February 21st versus #3 Sherman at Logan High school.
#1 Tug Valley will play #4 Van at 7:30 at Logan in the other semifinal.
The Championship game will be on Thursday at 7:00
Tolsia Head Coach Ric Morrone
“… This group of seniors has been great to work with this year. They are very talented and work hard to get better. This has been a very different season, dealing with COVID, weather and injuries. The group has persevered and made it to the beginning of post-season. They will all be successful in any endeavors the future brings. They are talented players and even better people, we have enjoyed working with them this season.”