Lebanon Reporter

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January 28, 2014

Spolyar, Tigers shoot down Owen Valley

There was nothing Owen Valley could do to stop Lebanon sophomore Kristen Spolyar Saturday night.

Spolyar scored 37 points on 15 of 18 shooting while playing just 2 1/2 quarters in a 64-29 blowout.

"Kristen came out and she was in a zone tonight," Lebanon head coach Beth DeVinney said. "It was one of those nights that everything you put up goes in. Obviously it was a tremendous scoring game for her."

It was just the second time all season the Tigers had back-to-back games.

Lebanon is 4-0 in those games. DeVinney said it was good preparation for the postseason.

"Playing back-to-back games is hard," DeVinney said. "Obviously they had to do it too and they had to travel, and that takes a lot out of you, but it was kind of like a sectional or regional type thing and you have to get your kids ready for that in case that happens to you. We wanted to make sure we had back-to-back games on our schedule to see how we would react."

The Tigers showed no fatigue early. Lebanon shot 10 of 15 in the first quarter and built a 24-8 lead, getting 16 points from Spolyar in the process.

For more of this story, read Tuesday's Lebanon Reporter.

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