KINGSTON — For the early part of Thursday, the weather outside was cold and rainy.

KINGSTON — For the early part of Thursday, the weather outside was cold and rainy.

However in the world of the Dickson Lady Comets, there was nothing but sunshine come the afternoon.

A dominate first half led to a comfortable 45-37 victory for the Lady Comets against the Davis Lady Wolves in the regional consolation quarterfinals, which were held at the Kingston High School Activity Center.

Dickson will now advance to the regional consolation semifinals, where they will meet either Comanche or Lexington at 6:30 p.m. this evening at Lindsay High School.

Defense set the tone for the Lady Comets in the opening quarter, as they held the Lady Wolves to just two points over the opening eight minutes of play.

Offense wasn’t a problem either for Dickson as the Lady Comets scored 13 points in the opening quarter.

Both teams struggled however before halftime, as they combined for just 11 points, with Dickson holding a 19-7 advantage going to the locker room.

As the third quarter began, the Lady Wolves started to show signs of life.

Davis managed to get to within eight points at 21-13 with 6:43 left in the third, but couldn’t get any closer the rest of the quarter.

The end result was a 32-21 Lady Comets lead going to the fourth.

Once again in the fourth, Davis managed to get to within eight points at 32-24 with 7:19 remaining in regulation, but could never get any closer to threaten the deficit.

Dickson managed to outscore the Lady Wolves 15-13 the rest of the way to seal the victory.

Landri McClure led the way with 12 points for Dickson, with Hailey Davis adding 10 points.

Audrey Young added nine points, with Keely King scoring six points.

Davis was led by Jolee Grinstead with 13 points followed by Grace Murphy with eight points and Hailey Alexander with seven points. 

Jordan Brown also scored four points for Davis in the game.