Lady Bobcats dominate Notasulga at home

Published 9:58 pm Monday, December 11, 2023

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The Lady Bobcats hosted Notasulga on Monday and dominated the Blue Devils 60-28. 

Beulah’s season has taken a quick turnaround over the last few days. After losing five straight to open the season, the Bobcats have now won two in a row. 

“People that needed to step up and make shots are making shots now,” Beulah coach Jeff Lamb said. 

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Taylor Ross has stepped up in a major way for the Bobcats during the winning streak. On Monday, Ross finished with four points, nine rebounds and seven steals. 

“I knew she could do it, just waiting on her to get to it,” Lamb said. 

Early on in the season, Beulah struggled to find scorers outside of Ty’Kasia Williams. Now, the Bobcats have several players stepping up and filling roles. 

“She’s going to get hers,” Lamb said. “We’ve got to have the rest of them get theirs.” 

Madyson Snedigar has stepped up and become a force on the inside. On Monday, Snedigar finished the game with 14 points, 13 rebounds and one steal. 

“She can do that every game if she wants to,” Lamb said. 

Williams has still proven to be the headliner for the Bobcats. Williams scored 32 points against Notasulga along with four rebounds and three steals. 

Kelise Dunlap was another force on the inside for Beulah. Dunlap finished the game with seven points, 12 rebounds, three blocks and one steal. 

The defense was the main strength for Beulah. The Bobcats finished the game with 16 steals, most of which led to easy transition baskets. 

The Bobcats sit at 2-5 on the season. Beulah opens up region play on Wednesday as the team travels to face Randolph County.