Clarksville, Ark.-Clarksville, Ark.-The Lady Eagles used 15 players and made ten three-pointers to run away with a 81-41 victory over Rhema Bible College Tuesday afternoon.
Ozarks improves to 5-6 overall heading into Christmas break. Ozarks will next play January 3 against Howard Payne University in Clarksville.
Ozarks cruised to a 39-24 halftime lead behind a 7-of-14 performance from the three-point line and a 25-12 rebound advantage. Chelsea Glasscock hit a trio of shots from long distance and had nine points at intermission. Her three at the 9:09 mark put Ozarks ahead 21-17. From that point, the Lady Eagles outscored Rhema 18-7.
Ozarks’ lead ballooned to 21 points after Taylor Farmer made a layup early in the second half. Rhema (6-8) scored just three points over a ten-minute stretch in the second half while the Lady Eagles continued to drain three-pointers. Ozarks took advantage of a struggling perimeter defense from Rhema as its lead reached 37 points when RaShelle Goldman nailed a three-pointer with 10:01 remaining.
Farmer and Goldman finished with 16 points. Glasscock had 15 points, five steals and went 5-for-8 from the three-point line. Kindra Davis led the team with nine rebounds.