Carsyn Fearday was the lone Laker in double-figures in another rout by Lake Land women’s basketball on Saturday afternoon. Thirteen players scored in an 84-45 win over John A. Logan College.

The Lakers jumped out early, leading 18-8 after one quarter and 39-22 at halftime.

Lake Land’s defense, ranked second nationally in field-goal defense, held the Volunteers to just 28% shooting for the first half, including 0-7 from 3-point range.

The second half was much the same story as Lake Land never let the Volunteers get any footing, with a 23-10 third quarter and a 22-13 fourth.

Fearday scored 19 points, including eight in the third quarter, but did not play in the fourth. Abby Weis and Jay Lyn Riggleman each added nine. Harley Barry led the team with eight rebounds, while Kamaria Gant added four assists.

Tyesha Taylor was a force for John A. Logan all day, scoring 24 points and grabbing six rebounds.

The Lakers made 16-of-35 (46%) field goals and hit five 3s of their own.

Lake Land improved to 23-3 overall and 12-2 in GRAC play. The Volunteers dropped to 8-13, 6-6.

The Lakers are next in action on Wednesday, when they travel to Centralia to face Kaskaskia College at 5:30 p.m.

The Lake Land men’s team lost 89-61 in their game, however due to technical difficulties and book issues stats were not available.