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Lady Eagles End Season On A High Note; Corbell Ends Career

February 21, 2004
By cnp
Posted in Athletics

Clarksville, Ark.-The Lady Eagles (10-15, 6-8) ended the season on a high note and put on an impressive offensive display in their win 82-63 win over UT-Dallas (7-17, 5-9) in American Southwest Conference play on Saturday afternoon.

Senior forward Jenna Corbell’s 24 points and 14 rebounds paved the way for Ozarks on a day in which six players played their final game at Ozarks. Corbell ends her career with 1,163 points and 607 rebounds, placing her eighth in career scoring and ninth in career rebounding at Ozarks. The Lady Eagles dominated the Lady Patriots for much of the game and held a double-digit lead for most of the second half. After holding a 37-25 lead at halftime, the Lady Eagles’ lead ballooned to 42-28 when Mandi Carter hit two free throws just two minutes into the second half. Ozarks, which averaged 72 points in their last four games, continued to rack up the points in the second half and led 66-49 with 5:33 remaining after Corbell hit a three-pointer. Rachael Marbles’ two free throws extended the lead to 68-50 at the 4:29 mark. Mandi Carter had 18 points and Kate Byrd added 12 points. Corbell, Carter, Tiffany Villines and Kerri Hughes each had 5 assists. Corbell, Marble, Gaby Flores, Hughes, Jamie Johnson and Villines each ended their careers at Ozarks.

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