LONE GROVE — On a night when the temperature dropped into the teens around game time, the Lone Grove Lady Horns found their offensive rhythm to be frozen in time also.

LONE GROVE — On a night when the temperature dropped into the teens around game time, the Lone Grove Lady Horns found their offensive rhythm to be frozen in time also.

A 13-point first half put Lone Grove into a deficit, as the Byng Lady Pirates took full advantage Tuesday night, winning 57-47 at the Gary Scott Sports Complex.

The loss was the second in a row for the Lady Horns as they dropped to 8-7 on the year, while Byng extended its recent winning streak to five games, moving to 14-5 on the season.

Byng opened the first quarter on a 14-9 run, before extending its lead to 26-13 going into halftime, after holding the Lady Horns to just four points in the quarter.

The Lady Horns found their groove in the second half, outscoring the Lady Pirates 18-17 in the third quarter.

Lone Grove even managed to outscore Byng 16-14 in the fourth quarter, but the early deficit in the first half halted any chance of a rally.

Madison Anderson led the way for Lone Grove with 14 points followed by Taleigh Nail with nine points.

Lydia Saavedra added seven points.