In the fourth quarter, Lantry made up for all the time she spent on the bench by scoring nine of her team's final 15 points. Holy Cross ended up shooting 45.5 percent (20 of 44) from the field compared to Butler County's 34.8 percent (16 of 46). The Indians also had a 44-23 rebounding advantage. "You've got to make shots to play with people like that and we did not knock down our shots," Wilson said. "You've also got to limit their second-chance, but we didn't block out very well (on rebounds)." The Bears played physical on defense, but it backfired on them. The Indians made 21 of 34 free throws in the game. Bass and Lantry were a combined 13-of-18 from the line. "I think every game we play is going to be physical and we have to get used to it," Lantry said.


It is quite a depressing task to be a conveyancing sydney solicitor. A conveyancing solicitor has to continuously empathize with the emotions of your clients, their highs and lows of the moving process, their frustrations with slow conveyancers, with mortgage offers that are promised but seemingly take ages to arrive it worries the clients of the conveyancers. Someone in the moving chain might get cold feet, or simply fail to realize they are not part of a chain and no one party is in control – nor should they be. Mostly conveyancing enquiries will involve asking for the other lawyers in to conveyancing to ask their clients to do something.

"There's nothing you can really do but deal with it and keep playing." Butler County got most of its scoring from two inside players. Senior forward Shira Hankins finished with a game-high 22 points and junior forward Katie Lee had 10 points. The Indians need to play better defense close to the basket today against a Christian Academy team that has several tall inside players to use in their semifinal game. "We're ready for our next challenge and we're pretty focused on what we need to do," Christian Academy coach Don Rice said after his team's 49-33 quarterfinal win against Murray Friday. "Holy Cross is a very good team with a solid six or seven players. We need to play extremely good defense and rebound well. I'd say we have to out-rebound them to win the game." The Bishop Brossart boys' basketball team won three games in the 10th Region All "A'' Classic last week by margins of 58, 29 and 24 points to earn a berth in the small-school state tournament for the third consecutive year. The Mustangs are favored to win the state title, but coach Mike Code doubts if they'll be any more blowouts. His team is in the same bracket with defending champion Hazard and six-time winner University Heights.