Bucs Offense Explodes In Win Over Wayne County

Violette Skipworth (Photo by Linwood Ferguson/CaptivePhotons.com)
Violette Skipworth (Photo by Linwood Ferguson/CaptivePhotons.com)
FORT PIERCE, Fla.- The Florida SouthWestern State Buccaneers got contributions from their entire roster on Friday with all 11 players scoring four or more points and six different players scoring in double figures in a season best 118 point outburst against the Wayne County Wildcats.  FSW led 48-19 at the half before a 70 point second half finished off a 118-46 win. 
The Bucs got off to a hot start and never looked back as four different players had six or more points in the first quarter as they took a 29-10 lead over Wayne County after one.  
It was more of the same for FSW in the second as they continued to rotate five in and five out with contributions from everyone on the floor.  They limited the Wildcats to just nine points in the second quarter while opening up a 48-19 lead at the break at half.  
The Bucs couldn't miss in the third quarter as they put up a season best 41 point period, led by Blessing King who had nine in the quarter as they blew the game open to 89-32 at the end of three.  
With the final score all that was left to question, the Bucs continued to pour it on the Wildcats in the fourth, getting a pair of threes from Ekaterina Shchepotkina to get them to the century mark in route to a 118-46 final at the horn.  
Kiana Wilson led FSW with 21 points while King had 15, Natalia Tondi had 14 and Shchepotkina 13. 
The Bucs improve to 9-5 on the year while Wayne County falls to 1-7. 
The Bucs will wrap up the first half of the season on Saturday when they take on Bishop State in Fort Pierce at noon.