TOP PHOTO: Former Campbell County Lady Cougar Sarah Cain-Weinburger is shown here in a game from last season.

DAYTON, TN (SPECIAL TO WLAF) – Former Campbell County Lady Cougar Sarah Cain-Weinburger, fresh off an 18-point game, helped her team win in a run-a-way game on Wednesday night. She tallied five points, six rebounds, two blocks, three assists and one steal in limited action.

The Bryan College Women’s Basketball team took the court for the second night in a row on Wednesday against St. Andrews University. Even after having played less than 24 hours before, the Knights were no match for the offensive firepower of the Lady Lions. Bryan exploded out to a 20-point lead at the end of the 1st quarter and their relentless attack resulted in a 50-21 lead at halftime. The Lady Lions continued to pour it on in the 2nd half on their way to a 53-point victory to earn their sixth-straight win and improve to 11-2 overall and 11-0 in the Appalachian Athletic Conference.


  • Twelve players scored for the Lady Lions, and the team dished out a season-high 28 assists.
  • Bryan also scored a season-high 20 three-point buckets at 46.5%
  • Karli Combs was on fire, shooting 7-13 from deep and scoring a team-high 27 points.
  • Gracee Dishman finished with 16 points, and Allissa Mulaski earned 14 points.
  • Destiny Kassner had a near double-double with 9 points and 7 rebounds.
  • Freshman Nevaeh Majors facilitated the offense with 10 assists.


  • Bryan’s game this Saturday against Bluefield has been cancelled.
  • The Lady Lions will take the court on Tuesday as they travel to Milligan University to face the Buffaloes. (WLAF NEWS PUBLISHED – 01/28/2021-6AM)