It looked like it was going to be one of those games where offense cost a hefty premium after the first quarter when the score was 6-4 in favor of the Squaws, and after a second quarter surge by the Heritage Lady Patriots, Bellmont continued to find the basket too elusive to pull out the victory away from home on Saturday evening and fell, 36-27.
The loss brings the Squaws record to 0-4 on the season, not the ideal start for first year coach Andy Heim, but each game seems to reveal a new potential scorer for the Squaws in their search for offense this season.
In the Heritage game, it was senior Mikaela Quinn who brought her offensive shoes to the court as she led all scorers with 13 on the night with all four of her field goals coming from behind the three-point line. She also added a freebie from the line.
The Squaws get right back on the court in search of the county's first win tonight as they host the Southside Lady Archers at the Teepee with a 6 p.m. JV tip-off time.