LONE GROVE — As is often the case in a game, one moment can swing the momentum in favor of someone in an instant.

LONE GROVE — As is often the case in a game, one moment can swing the momentum in favor of someone in an instant.

Unfortunately for the Lone Grove Lady Horns, that moment came at the wrong time Tuesday night.

With 6:18 left in the fourth quarter, Madison Anderson was called for a questionable foul under the basket, which resulted in the senior’s fifth foul of the night.

The No. 15 Comanche Lady Indians were more than happy to take advantage of the situation, leading to a 56-40 defeat for Lone Grove at the Gary Scott Center, snapping the Lady Horns two-game winning streak in the process. 

Anderson’s fouling out came when the Lady Horns were full of optimism and offense, having cut a 38-28 deficit at the end of the third quarter to 38-34.

Following the call, the Lady Indians outscored the Lady Horns 18-6 the rest of the way, with only two of those points coming from the field.

Comanche appeared as though it would pull away early in the game, as it led for most of the first quarter, with the exception being a 4-2 lead by Lone Grove at the 4:34 mark of the quarter.

The Lady Indians