The Lady Greyhounds raced away from Starmount from the opening tip for a 64-15 win Wednesday.
North Surry took the first quarter 24-0 and extended the run to 35-0 before the Lady Rams got a couple of free throws 10:42 into the game.
The Hounds led at the half 45-7, then opened the second half with a 9-0 run to go up 47 points.
The Rams didn’t have an answer for North’s defensive pressure all over the court and its shotblocking ability in the paint.
On the other end, 6-foot-2 center Malaya Johnson shot over her defenders to singlehandedly outscore Starmount in the first half 11-7. She spent much of the second half on the bench and finished with 13.
Kristina Rumplasch scored 11 in the first three quarters before resting. Bailey Culler and Morgan Shadrick had eight each, Morgan Midkiff seven, Taylor Hill five, and Morgan Bunker, Maddison Hawks and Erin March four each.
None of the Rams had more than four points.
Things were so out of kilter that when North Surry inbounded the ball to start the fourth quarter, all the Starmount players were on the wrong end of the floor. Shadrick looked around confused before strolling in for a layup.
North Surry improved to 16-0, 9-0 in the Northwest Conference. The Hounds host Mount Airy next Tuesday.
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