The Nevada Lady Jays accounted for impressive home wins last week defeating Parkers Chapel Lady Trojans 37-32 and on Friday night topping the Strong Lady Bulldogs 44-38 to sweep both season series match-up on the hardwood.

The Nevada Lady Jays accounted for impressive home wins last week defeating Parkers Chapel Lady Trojans 37-32 and on Friday night topping the Strong Lady Bulldogs 44-38 to sweep both season series match-up on the hardwood.
Then over the weekend, the Lady Jays traveled to Nashville to compete in the 24th Nashville Bankers Classic hosted at Scrapper Arena. The Lady Jays opened tourney play falling to Murfreesboro Lady Rattlers 62-41. The loss ended the Lady Jays tournament run for competing in Nashville.
The Lady Jays stayed close early with only an six point deficit to Murfreesboro at the end of first quarter action 20-14. In the second, the Lady Rattlers split a pair of free-throws, but Nevada's Carolyn Dixon converted a three-point play and making the free-throw cut the Lady Jay's deficit to 21-17 with 6:30 left to play in first half. Later, Kiara Frazier scored from the field with Dixon and Kayla Butler both adding buckets in the final five minutes to play in the half. Murfreesboro scored 11 points in the minutes of first half play from the 5:09 mark and took a 36-23 lead into the locker room over the Lady Jays at halftime. In the second half, the Lady Jays were held to 18 points scored with Murfreesboro dropping 26 points added to the scoreboard for third and fourth quarters combine to defeat Nevada and advance to the semifinals for tournament action in Nashville.
This week, the Lady Jays look regroup as they get ready for more home action Friday night hosting Bradley Lady Bears at Nevada High School Gymnasium.