MINERAL WELLS —
Pamela Hopkins scored a season-high 20 points in the game, and with more playing time at the point, Riley Bullock showed confidence, play-making ability and shooting prowess as she effortlessly drained a pair of three-point buckets.
Both sophomore guards took advantage of playing time afforded in Tuesday’s blowout.
“(Hopkins) makes us better,” Ed Shelstead said following the Lake Worth game. “We needed somebody to emerge and make us better, and I think she is doing that.”
After Friday, the Lady Rams will finally be tested in 6-3A, traveling to Springtown on Tuesday and coming back home a week from today to host Kennedale.