The Clark County Lady Indians were outshined by Monroe City freshman Jada Summers 25 point effort, as Clark County visited Monroe City on Friday.
Four Lady Indians scored a total of 15 first quarter points, tying the Panther effort after the first quarter. Clark County added 13 in the second period, and trailed 29-28 at the half.
Both teams scored 14 points in the third quarter, but turnovers, which had been a problem for Clark County throughout the game, really became a factor late, as the Lady Panthers outplayed Clark County 19-10 in the final quarter to take a 61-52 win.
Clark County was led by Wednesday McCluskey with 15 points. Tressa Campbell added a dozen. Maggie Schutte and Carissa Bevans each scored seven points, and Anna Ross had six. Keelie O’Brien had four points, and Jenna Bergman finished with three points.