MEADVILLE, Pa. – A quick turnaround was no problem for the Warren Lady Dragons on Saturday at Meadville.
(Warren’s Teagan Paris. File photo by Jeff Parkin.)
Just hours after returning from a tough road win at Moniteau Friday night, Warren hit the road to Meadville and was impressive from start to finish in a 57-13 win.
The victory was the fifth in a row for the Lady Dragons, making them 9-1.
Emma Ruhlman scored 22 points and Riley Childress, coming off a career-high 32 in Friday’s game, had 16.
The Lady Dragons pitched a shutout in the second half, outscoring Meadville, 30-0.
Gracie Ruhlman chipped in with eight points, while Sammie Ruhlman had six and Teagan Paris five for Warren.