Aislinn White

Live Oak's Aislinn White scored eight of her 14 points in the fourth quarter of the Lady Eagles' 60-45 victory Tuesday over St. Joseph's Academy.

BATON ROUGE – Senior guard Dijone’ Flowers did a lot of the heavy lifting throughout Tuesday’s season-opening game at St. Joseph’s Academy.

But when they needed it the Lady Eagles also got a lift from Aislinn White as well.

Flowers, a Lamar University signee, led all scorers with 30 points – including 16 in the first half – but it was White who scored eight of her 14 points during the fourth quarter that helped enable Live Oak to pull away for a 60-45 victory.

Flowers hit two of her three 3-pointers during the first quarter in which she scored 10 of her team’s 17 points for a 17-13 lead.

The Lady Eagles maintained a 27-24 lead at halftime and outscored the Redstickers 15-7 in the third quarter - with nine points coming from Flowers - to make it 42-31.

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Who is White? Where you talking about Flowers and White is a misprint


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