It seemed like every time Medora’s basketball team got close to Edinburgh on Tuesday night, the Lancers turned to Jennifer Stinson for a big basket or a key rebound.
Stinson scored 29 points and grabbed 17 rebounds to help the Lancers defeat Medora 59-48. Stinson topped the 1,000-point mark in her career in the third period.
Medora coach, Brad McCammon, said the Hornets had a hard time containing Stinson.
“Garry (Elkins, assistant coach) and I went up to Trinity and watched them play against Trinity, and she made a lot (12) of free throws,” he said. “She is very strong inside, and she’s smart enough to know that with her size (5-10) she is going to take it in strong, and it’s hard for us to combat that.
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