No matter how it's drawn up, a "W" is always pretty.
The Hancock girls basketball team came out strong in the second half Thursday to outscore South 22-8 to cruise to a 37-19 victory. Neither team had a player score in double figures.
"A win is a win," Hancock coach Rocky Wills said. "The girls fought from the start to the end. We usually do that whether we are on the up side of the game or on the down side of the game. We had a sloppy first quarter. Then, it seemed like we picked up a little bit. I give South their credit. They fought to the end."
Shawnda Wills led Hancock (5-9) with game-high totals of nine points and 11 rebounds. Kris Creek added eight points and five assists, while Brandy Jenkins had four steals and three blocked shots for the Panthers.