While the Paris varsity girls basketball team did outscore Mark Twain in every quarter at home on Monday, the 22-14 advantage it charted in the second quarter was only rivaled by taking the fourth 18-9.

The Lady Coyotes also outdid their guests 14-10 in the first to go up 36-24 at halftime before claiming the third 17-11 to come out ahead 71-44.

"We moved the ball really well, assisting on 39 of our 71 points and most of the other points would have came from offensive rebounding," said coach Garrett Thomas. "We totaled 38 boards, 16 of which we offensive."

The other story of this event for Paris was Allison Moore's 22 points, six rebounds, one assist and one steal, Delaney Miller was good for 16 points, two boards and an assist and Tori Hamilton scored 12 with four rebbounds. Makayla Fox also had six points, adding four points each were Nicole Skinner and Drew Lockhart and chipping in with two points apiece were Delaney Wheelan, Aly Francis and Mollie Cupp.

The Lady Coyotes, 2-2 overall, 0-0 Lewis and Clark Conference, starts league play next week on Tuersday against Marceline.