McRoberts Scores 1,000 Career Point In Thriller

Johnie J. Logue
Enterprise Staff
The Warsaw Lady Cats came from 12 points behind in the third to take a four point lead in the fourth, only to fall at home to Climax Springs 47-46.
The Monday night game ended in a thriller as Aubrie McRoberts had two shots underneath the basket, but couldn’t get either one to fall as the horn sounded to end the game.
McRoberts scored her 1,000th career point on a free throw in the first quarter. She came into the game at 991 and ended with 22 on the night and the junior will probably be inducted into the WHS Hall of Fame in a few years.
Jessie Glenn tied the game on a steal and a driving layup at 40 all. McRoberts then would hit a shot at close range to put Warsaw ahead 42 -40. 
Warsaw led 46-42 and then missed four straight free throws to allow Climax Springs back into the game.
With seconds on the clock and Warsaw ahead 46-45, Climax Spring’s Autumn Wallace hit an eight footer that proved to be the winner. She had 19 pts. on the night. 
It was Warsaw leading 15-11 after one, but trailed 30-22 at the half. The third quarter was a battle with Climax on top 38-31.
It was a great win for the visiting Lady Cougars as they moved to 12-7 on the season. Warsaw fell to 6-12.
For Warsaw, McRoberts had 22, Glenn 4, Kylee Fajen 4, Kamryn Yach 3, Taylor Howe 3, Mira Segar 3 and Jordan Plybon 3. Kylie Clevenger 2 and Karlie Jones 2.