January 19, 20231st2nd3rd4thFinal
Cumberland1115161355
Campbellsville2217212080
Stats at a GlanceCUMBERLACAMPBELL
FG Percentage.356 (21-59) .483 (28-58)
3P FG Percentage.231 (3-13) .478 (11-23)
FT Percentage.714 (10-14) .813 (13-16)
Offensive Rebounds57
Defensive Rebounds1826
Total Rebounds2333
Turnovers1010
Steals47
Bench Points1639
LeadersCUMBERLACAMPBELL
PointsBritany Miller - 11
Kaitlynn Wilks - 16
ReboundsAlaina Rongos - 6
Kaitlynn Wilks - 8
AssistsLauren King - 3
Lauren Lee - 11
StealsAlaina Rongos - 1
Iya Jones - 1
Tierra Davis - 1
Britany Miller - 1
Bailey Pedigo - 1
Lauren Lee - 1
Maddy Boyle - 1
Elizabeth Bertram - 1
Sarah Sutton - 1
Courtney Pritchett - 1
Kaitlynn Wilks - 1
BlocksKeara Sexton - 1
Alaina Rongos - 1
Maddie Nalley - 2
No. 4 Campbellsville's potent offense takes down Cumberland
Thursday, January 19, 2023
No. 4 Campbellsville's potent offense takes down Cumberland

CAMPBELLSVILLE, Ky.--No. 4 Campbellsville led Cumberland wire-to-wire defeating the Phoenix 80-55 in the Powell Athletic Center. 

Cumberland (10-9, 6-8 MSC) just could not keep pace with the frantic offense for Campbellsville. The Phoenix shot 35.6% from the field and went 3-for-13 from three, each made in the first half. 

Britany Miller led Cumberland in scoring with 11 points with two boards. Abby Morgan scored eight off the bench, all eight in the first half. Kayla Gordon scored eight as well on 2-of-3 shooting with four from the free throw line. Keara Sexton and Alaina Rongos each added seven points. 

No. 4 Campbellsville (18-1, 12-1 MSC) shot incredibly efficiently going 28-of-58 from the field with 11 made threes. The Tigers controlled the boards, out rebounding Cumberland 33-23. Campbellsville forced Cumberland to 10 turnovers that translated to 17 points. 

Kaitlyn Wilkes led four Tigers in double-digits with 16 points. Sarah Sutton made four threes for 14 points. Kayla Luebbe added 13 and Elizabeth Bertram scored 10. Lauren Lee scored seven points and added 11 dimes. 

The Tigers started the game with a 7-0 run before Miller knocked down a shot in the paint. Campbellsville continued to roll going on another 7-2 run to get up 14-4. Morgan hit a turn around jumper and King hit a two, but the Tigers drained back-to-back triples for a 20-8 lead. 

Morgan hit a three as the shot clock sounded, but Elizabeth Bertram laid in a two for a 22-11 score after the first. The Tigers were 4-of-4 from deep with four different players making their threes. 

The second quarter was back-and-forth as Campbellsville fell back to reality from deep making 2-of- 8 attempts. Both teams went on short runs the whole quarter trading 4-0 and 5-0 spurts as the Tigers outscored Cumberland 17-15 for a 39-26 score.

Morgan had eight points at the break with Miller chipping in six. Wilkes led the Tigers with 10 points and five rebounds while Lee had eight assists.

The Tigers impressive offense continued to show in the third as the Tigers scored 21 points. Cumberland shot it well in the third, but just couldn’t keep pace with Campbellsville. The Tigers answered every shot Cumberland made. The Tigers pushed it out to an 18-point lead heading into the fourth, 60-42.

Campbellsville cruised in the fourth quarter to come away with a 80-55 win. 

The Phoenix will stay on the road this Saturday to take on Lindsey Wilson in Columbia. Tip-off is set for 1:00 p.m.