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Lady Indians surge to 3rd place finish in district tourney

ALCOA, Tenn.  |  On Saturday afternoon at Alcoa, Oneida couldn't hardly buy a bucket. 

Just over 48 hours later in the same venue, it seemed like the Lady Indians could not avoid scoring.

Oneida rolled to a 62-39 win over Austin-East in the District 2-2A consolation game, on a night when scored 24 points and added 21.

Bush also had nine rebounds and seven assists. 

Austin-East, which got 13 points from Tymyrianna Brown and 11 points from Ja'Onna Witt, had its moments early, but back-to-back 3-pointers from Bush gave Oneida a first quarter lead that it would not relinquish.

From there, the Lady Indians surge to a 30-15 halftime lead, and continued to widen the advantage in the third quarter. It was 54-26 as the game headed to the fourth quarter.

Oneida shot 49% from the field and limited Austin-East to 34% shooting. The Roadrunners never led in the game.

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Both teams turned the ball over profusely, combining for 45 turnovers in the game. But the turnovers didn't impact Oneida nearly as much as they impacted Austin-East, and that was largely due to the play of Bush and West on the offensive end. Bush shot 10 of 15 from the field, while West was 8 of 16 and knocked down four 3-pointers. Bush had three 3-pointers.

SCORE BY QUARTER
OHS: 12 • 18 • 24 • 8 — 62
AE: 7 • 8 • 11 • 13 — 39

INDIVIDUAL
: 24p, 9r, 7a, 2s
: 21p, 3r, 2a, 3s
: 5p, 3a
: 4p, 6r, 3s
: 3p, 8r, 4a
: 3p
: 2p, 4r, 2s

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ALCOA, Tenn.  |  On Saturday afternoon at Alcoa, Oneida couldn't hardly buy a bucket. 

Just over 48 hours later in the same venue, it seemed like the Lady Indians could not avoid scoring.

Oneida rolled to a 62-39 win over Austin-East in the District 2-2A consolation game, on a night when scored 24 points and added 21.

Bush also had nine rebounds and seven assists. 

Austin-East, which got 13 points from Tymyrianna Brown and 11 points from Ja'Onna Witt, had its moments early, but back-to-back 3-pointers from Bush gave Oneida a first quarter lead that it would not relinquish.

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From there, the Lady Indians surge to a 30-15 halftime lead, and continued to widen the advantage in the third quarter. It was 54-26 as the game headed to the fourth quarter.

Oneida shot 49% from the field and limited Austin-East to 34% shooting. The Roadrunners never led in the game.

Both teams turned the ball over profusely, combining for 45 turnovers in the game. But the turnovers didn't impact Oneida nearly as much as they impacted Austin-East, and that was largely due to the play of Bush and West on the offensive end. Bush shot 10 of 15 from the field, while West was 8 of 16 and knocked down four 3-pointers. Bush had three 3-pointers.

SCORE BY QUARTER
OHS: 12 • 18 • 24 • 8 — 62
AE: 7 • 8 • 11 • 13 — 39

INDIVIDUAL
: 24p, 9r, 7a, 2s
: 21p, 3r, 2a, 3s
: 5p, 3a
: 4p, 6r, 3s
: 3p, 8r, 4a
: 3p
: 2p, 4r, 2s

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