FRANKLIN SPRINGS, GA. – The Lees-McRae College women's basketball team fell on Friday afternoon against Young Harris College by a final score of 73-60.
The Bobcats came out cold from the floor, shooting seventeen percent from the field in the first quarter. The Mountain Lions used this to their advantage and possessed a twenty-five to seven lead heading into the second.
Destiny Johnson would have the hot hand in the second quarter for the Bobcats, scoring eight of the quarters 14 Lees-McRae points. Malikah Myers and Davinique Campbell also got on the scoresheet in the second, finishing with four and two respectively. Heading into the half, the Bobcats trailed 40-21.
Coming out of the break, the Bobcats played their best basketball of the contest. Lees-McRae outscored Young Harris 22-14 to cut into the deficit heading down the stretch. Unfortunately for the Bobcats, the Mountain Lions were able to maintain their lead through the fourth quarter and top Lees-McRae 73-60.
The Bobcats will return to action Saturday when they face 15th ranked North Georgia. Tipoff is scheduled for 4 p.m.