The Bismarck Lady Lions had no trouble with the Malvern Lady Leopards as they handed their opponent a 49-24 setback Tuesday night.

The Bismarck Lady Lions had no trouble with the Malvern Lady Leopards as they handed their opponent a 49-24 setback Tuesday night.
According to Chris Oestreich, head coach for the Bismarck Lady Lions his team was able to jump on the Lady Leopards early and never look back.
Bismarck held a 30-9 halftime lead and managed to hold on to a 43-16 advantage at the end of the third quarter.
“As a team we shot the ball well versus their 1-3-1,” said Oestreich.
“Our penetration took them out of their man to man defense when they went to it,” he added.
The Lady Lions were 41.9 percent from the field and 9/21 for 42.9 percent from the 3-point line.
Cecilia Howell and Hannah Weatherford led Bismarck with nine points each followed by Olivia Hamby with seven points. Haley Vincent and Brianna Sampson each added six points each.
In addition, McKenzie Efird and Hannah Weatherford lead the Lady Lions with four assists apiece, while Weatherford added two steals and six rebounds.
Olivia Hamby finished with six rebounds, while Mady Calhoun finished with five and Haley Vincent added four.
According to Oestreich, the Lady Lions continues to grow and learn how to handle changing defenses.