LEXI PARKER with the Family Community Christian School Warriors guards the inbound pass during a game against the Block Bears. FCCS came up short in the competition 44-39. Parker was leading scorer with 19 points. (Sun photo by Joe Curtis)
The Family Community Christian School Lady Warriors played in a physical match against the Block Bears Monday night at home but came up short.
The Lady Warriors showed heart as many times they grappled for the ball against the larger Jonesville team. Throughout the game FCCS was ahead and kept the score close but in the end Block took the game 44-39.
Leading the Lady Warriors offensively was Lexi Parker. Parker dropped in 19 points for the game and had a sharp eye from the key.
Emily Lowe put in nine points while Lainee McCain scored five.
Saylor Evans contributed with four points and Micheala Banks had two points for the night.
St. Fred 67 - FCCS 36
On Nov. 23, FCCS was downed by St. Frederick, 67-36, in Monroe.
Lowe was the leading scorer for the Lady Warriors. She put in 14 points against the Warriors.
Parker reached double figures in the game, scoring 10 points.
Evans notched six points while Sepulvado put in four points.
Gracie Ingram contributed with two points.
Epps 42 - FCCS 41
The Lady Warriors lost a close matchup against Epps on Nov. 22.
The Panthers pulled out a victory against FCCS, 42-41.
In the game, seven different Lady Warriors scored.
Leading the charge offensively was Evans. She collected 10 points.
Parker scored nine points for FCCS while McCain had eight points.
Lowe and Sepulvado had five points each against the Panthers.
Ingram had three points, and Ali Price contributed with one point.
FCCS 81 - Sicily Island 26
The Lady Warriors dominated the Sicily Island Tigers Nov. 19 to the tune of 81-26.
Five Lady Warriors scored double digits in the game.
Parker put on a scoring showcase as she dropped 21 points against the Tigers.
Evans also had a strong performance against the Tigers. She scored 18 points.
Joining the scoring bonanza was Sepulvado. She put in 15 points for the Lady Warriors.
Additionally, Lowe was also a member of the double-digit club. She had 11 points.
McCain rounded out double-digit scorers with 10 of her own.
Banks contributed with four points against the Tigers.