It was an historic night on the hardwood for Blevins Lady Hornets' Amani Furlow to explode for a career-high 30 points and draining six trey's from behind the arc in BHS victory over Class 6A Arkansas High Lady Razorbacks 62-38 last week on the road in Texarkana for non-conference play.

It was an historic night on the hardwood for Blevins Lady Hornets' Amani Furlow to explode for a career-high 30 points and draining six trey's from behind the arc in BHS victory over Class 6A Arkansas High Lady Razorbacks 62-38 last week on the road in Texarkana for non-conference play.

Furlow's big night was followed by a pure shooting display at the charity stripe hitting 10-for-11 free-throws for 91 percent and teammate Jasmine Batson dropping an impressive 25 points for a duo of double-figures performances. Furlow and Batson combined for 55 points to outscore the entire Arkansas High Lady Razorbacks team. Furlow alone just was eight points shy to equal the Lady Razorbacks team in scoring.

Blevins jumped out big from the start to lead the Lady Razorbacks 17-6 at the end of first quarter action. The Lady Hornets produced another productive scoring period in the second to outscore the Lady Razorbacks 17-10. At halftime, the Lady Hornets led the Lady Razorbacks 34-16

In the third, the Lady Hornets put the contest out of reach to post a 25 point scoring quarter with the Lady Razorbacks posting in double-digits with 12 points. After three periods of play, Blevins held an 59-28 advantage over Arkansas High.

In the fourth, the Lady Hornets added five points with Arkansas High accounting 10 points but fell in defeat to visiting Blevins.

For the game, Lady Hornets' Madison Hall contributed three points, Camri Kirkham added two points, Bailey Hall and Diana Samuel each chipped in one point from the charity stripe in victory.

Blevins Lady Hornets head coach Mark Hall was extremely pleased by the performance from the team to defeat a high classification school on the road in winning fashion. Coach Hall anticipates this win to build their overall performance down the road to progress as one of the biggest threat in the Class 2A to return to the big dance for tournament play in February-March 2018.

The win improved the Lady Hornets to 5-1 overall.

Continuing hoops for this week, Lady Hornets were scheduled to host Cossatot River on Tuesday night for an intense home battle at the Imon G. Brown Gymnasium.

This Thursday, the Lady Hornets are scheduled to compete in non-conference action against Taylor with game played at Bradley High School.