McKinney Christian Academy remains in first place in TAPPS District 4-3A, keeping pace with Dallas Lutheran.
Most recently, the Lady Mustangs blized Garland Christian 70-17 on Tuesday night to go to 2-0 in district. The Mustangs raced out to a 27-3 first quarter lead behind the hot hand of leading scorer and junior co-aptain Kaitlynn McAdams. She hit for 18 points in the first quarter on a series of bank shots, two three pointers and two for two from the free throw line. Freshman Point Julie James hit for eight points in the opening stanza and seniorNat Lemieux added a free throw as the Mustang starters were hitting on all cylinders early.
McAdams took a break in the second and fellow junior co-aptain Sydney Thompson took over the scoring with 9 in the second, receicing three assists from her sister, freshman backup point guard Lily Thompson. Lemieux and freshman Kayce Zanetell added baskets and sophomore Lauren Sanford hit a three as MCA stretched to 43-7 at the half.
The starters went briefly again in the third and McAdams put in 9 quick points before giving way to the bench midway through the third. Lemieux hit her first trey of the season, Thompson hit a bucket and it was 60-10 after 3. The reserves closed out the 4th. Sanford scored 6 more and Zanetell another as the Mustangs ended with 3 score and ten, 70-17.
McAdams ended with 27 points,12 rebounds, and 5 steals. James and Thompson hit for 11 each and James added 9 steals, 7 assists and 7 boards to her line. Sanford score 9, Lemieux 8, and Zanetell 4 to complete the scoring.