Flomaton Lady Canes Out Of 2A Title Hunt

February 20, 2013

The Flomaton Lady Hurricanes were defeated 70-36 Tuesday night inĀ  the 2A South girls regional at Dothan Civic Center.

Providence Christian (26-3) controlled the game from the beginning, running 14-0 to begin the second half, over Flomaton (24-3).

The game was delayed about 10 minutes in the fourth after the Lady Canes’ Dezeray Wesley dove for pass and laded face-first in the stands. She was place on a backboard and transported by ambulance to a Dothan hospital for evaluation. Further details on her condition were not available Tuesday night.

Flomaton was led by Hannah Fillmore with 18 points, while Wesley contributed 11 before her injury.

Providence Christian will play Elba Friday for the Regional 2A crown.

Pictured: The Flomaton Lady Hurricanes. Submitted file photo for NorthEscambia.com, click to enlarge.

Comments

One Response to “Flomaton Lady Canes Out Of 2A Title Hunt”

  1. Lisa on February 22nd, 2013 4:04 pm

    I am very proud of our Lady Canes.





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