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Fairfield Lady Lions win by 37 points over Manchester 

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Stephen Forsha, The Highland County Press

Monday night (Jan. 29) was a big-time win for the Fairfield Lady Lions, gaining a 37-point victory over the visiting Manchester Lady Greyhounds by a 58-21 score. 

The win saw Fairfield lead 18-5 when the first quarter wrapped up, followed by another strong quarter with Fairfield adding 19 points, while Manchester scored just five points for a halftime advantage of 37-10. 

Fairfield came out of the locker room in the third frame and outscored the visitors 18-10, leaving Fairfield in front with a 55-20 score. 

In the fourth frame, the Lady Lions scored three points, while Manchester was held to a single point. 

Eight Fairfield players scored points in the Southern Hills Athletic Conference win with Kelsey Clark leading all scorers with 17 points. She gained those points with two 3-pointers, five two-point field goals, and she also sank one free throw. 

Clark also had four rebounds and two steals. 

Faith Donley totaled 16 points with seven two-point buckets and she was 2-of-2 from the free-throw line. She also collected six rebound, six steals and two assists. 

Rilee Quickle totaled four points, five rebounds, two assists and two steals. 

Kassi Miller finished with five points, six assists, three steals and two rebounds. 

Isabelle Hale totaled four points, three rebounds, three assists and one steal. 

Vivian Henninger totaled four points and three rebounds.

Meri Jackson totaled five points, four rebounds, one assist and one block. 

Jaeden Drury finished with three points and six rebounds.

Alyssa Bales totaled one rebound, and Kinsley Drury collected two rebounds and one assist. 

Team totals for FHS included 36 rebounds, 15 assists, 14 steals and one block, plus they committed 10 turnovers. 

Fairfield improves to 6-12 overall, and they are now 4-7 in the SHAC Division II standings. 

Manchester falls to 0-12 in the SHAC Div. II standings and 4-15 overall. 

Next for FHS is a game Thursday, Feb. 1 at home against the Eastern Lady Warriors (4-8, 6-11).