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Barr-Reeve Lady Vikings crush WC 91-17 but lose Terrell Miller to injury
Louie Kavanaugh Jr.
   The Barr-Reeve Lady Vikings scored early and often on their way to the most lopsided win they have had in many years. But for the Vikings they most likely have suffered the loss of Terrell Miller, one of their starting guards, for the rest of the season and her career at Barr-Reeve. About 3-4 minutes into the first quarter Terrell Miller was driving to the basket when she was fouled by one of the WC players and went down in what is believed to be a serious knee injury. Coach Mark Holt said after the game, “She was checked out by the BR trainer and he has seen a lot of these types of injuries and it does not look good.” Terrell Miller, a senior starter for the Vikings, was averaging 9 points per game and has been a big part of the Vikings success thus far. She was also on the Barr-Reeve State volleyball team for the Lady Vikings. Coach Holt said after the game, “It will be a big blow to the team but we will have to pull together and go on.” The injury happened just minutes into the first quarter.  
   The Vikings raced out to a 25-4 lead at the end of one quarter and increased that to 46-8 at halftime. The Lady Vikings shot 69% in the first half and WC shot 21%. Barr-Reeve turned the ball over just 3 times and WC turned it over 18 in the first half. BR used pressure defense and turned many of the turnovers into fast break scores at the other end. The Vikings continued to pour in the points as they led 73-11 after three quarters with a final score of 91-17.  
   Leading the way for the Vikings was Liz Horton with 19 points and she was followed by Audrey Blair off the bench with 17 on three 3-pointers. Also in double figures were Hilliary Fox with 15 points and Lindsey Graber with 10. Others scoring were Morganne Doyle with 9, Kylee O’Connor with 8, Tya Harmon with 6, Terrell Miller with 2, and Kayti Taylor had one three-pointer. The Barr-Reeve girls’ record is now 12-0 for the season and Washington Catholic drops to 3-10.
  The Lady Vikings will play another Blue Chip Conference game on Thursday night as they host Northeast Dubois and then they host Forest Park on Saturday afternoon.
  The girls’ junior varsity game was played on Monday night with the Vikings winning 30-21 to improve their record to 6-4 on the season. 
                                  –Photo by Joe Cummings 
Terrell Miller, (14) starting guard for the Barr-Reeve’s 12-0 Lady Vikings, went down with what is believed to be a career ending knee injury during the Barr-Reeve/Washington Catholic game on Tuesday night. Miller was driving to the basket, was fouled by WC, and quickly went to the floor in pain holding her knee. The above photo shows Miller during the BR/Paoli game last week. Miller, a senior, was averaging nearly 10 points a game. She was a big part of the success in basketball and was also one of the leaders on the Barr-Reeve state volleyball team.  
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