The Spring Hill Jr. Lady Bears pulled off one of their most productive wins on the hardwood in junior high hoops for conference play defeating the Lafayette County Jr. Lady Cougars 45-29 on Tuesday night at Spring Hill Gymnasium.

The Spring Hill Jr. Lady Bears pulled off one of their most productive wins on the hardwood in junior high hoops for conference play defeating the Lafayette County Jr. Lady Cougars 45-29 on Tuesday night at Spring Hill Gymnasium.

It was the final home contest of the regular season for the Jr. Lady Bears as they marched to victory without trailing to take a 14-10 lead advantage to conclude first quarter action. Paige Runion sparked the offensive attack early by scoring the first three baskets of the game, followed by Brooklyn Reed, Rilee Hammonds and Libby Flowers each contributing buckets apiece in opening period play.

In the second, the Jr. Lady Bears outscored Lafayette County 10-5 led by Camryn Dickson and Reed providing the scoring that surge Spring Hill to a 24-15 halftime lead over the Jr. Lady Cougars.

In the second half, the Jr. Lady Bears continued more momentum and ended third quarter play taking an 11-point advantage over Lafayette County 38-27. In the fourth, the Jr. Lady Cougars finished off the contest outscoring LC 7-2 with Runion, Reed and Sadie Bacon all contributing the scoring to secure the Jr. Lady Bears the 16 point win to end conference play second heading into the 7-2A East Jr. High Girls District Tournament.

For the game, Jr. Lady Bears' Runion led scoring with a whipping 17 points and Reed followed with 12 points for double-figures. Hammonds and Dickson each scored four points apiece, Flowers, Darcie Chambless, Erin McMaster and Bacon all had two points apiece.

Friday, the Jr. Lady Bears will compete in the district tournament as the No. 2 seed facing Rison at 4 p.m. hosted at Camden Harmony Grove in Camden. The district tournament is scheduled Feb. 9-12.