Lady Scots End Drought

Courtney Klingaman escapes the pressure of Frisco Heritage's Nina Fofang. (Staff photo: Chris McGathey)

Highland Park’s girls basketball team held off Frisco Heritage, 55-53, on Monday night for its first playoff win since 2002-03.

Kaitlyn Read led the way for the Lady Scots (23-7) with 23 points.

Highland Park will play Carter (19-10) in area at 7 p.m. Friday at Conrad High School.

3 thoughts on “Lady Scots End Drought

  • February 15, 2012 at 9:14 am

    What’s up with all the knee pads in that picture? Is that a new thing for girl’s basketball? Or have they always worn knee pads?

  • February 15, 2012 at 11:40 pm

    I’m assuming you haven’t been watching girls basketball?! It is a major contact sport! Very Exciting!

  • February 16, 2012 at 4:00 am

    Most of the Lady Scots have worn knee pads since the arrival of Amy Matlock 4 years ago. She’s a bit old school and does not want any excuses for not diving on the floor after loose bballs, not driving to the boards hard for a layup for fear of falling or not taking a hard charge for fear of potentially getting hit on a knee. She’s doing her best to try and protect those Lady Scots while asking them to leave it all on the floor every game. To date I would say it’s working. You outta see these girls get after it with their hustle and flow. This Friday, 7:00 pm at Conrad High School against Dallas Carter High School! Be there so you can watch all those knee pads work the floor and put up another win!


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