LEBANON - At halftime Friday night against Southmont, the Lebanon Lady Tigers honored Jami Sloan, one of the program's all-time great players for being named to the Silver Anniversary Team.

But, it was a current Tiger player that stole the show.

Junior Kristen Spolyar matched her career-high with 46 points and set Lebanon's career-scoring record with 1,692 points. The previous mark of 1,690 was held by Maggie Boyer. The Tigers won the game 95-26. Spolyar scored 26 points in the first half. Spolyar wasn't just dominate scoring. She had a game-high 14 rebounds, nine steals, six blocks and four assists.

The game was never close.

Lebanon started the game on a 21-2 run, and didn't allow a Mountie field goal for the first 7:26 of the game.

Southmont had 11 of their 35 turnovers in the first quarter.

"I thought we came out tentative in the first half," Southmont head coach Susan McVay said. "They came out and punched us in the mouth like we knew they would. But our girls didn't complain. We talked to them about coming out in the second half and playing with pride and controlling the things we can control."

Lebanon scored the first 13 points in the second quarter and ultimately led by 39 at the half, shooting 64.3 percent in the process.

The lead continued to grow throughout the second half.

McVay said that she was impressed with the Tigers.

"Coach DeVinney has them playing incredibly well," McVay said. "I have seen them play three different times this year and they keep getting better. That is great for them and great for us that they aren't in our sectional."

Aarika McKinsey led Southmont with eight points before fouling out. Kasey Burton had five points and 12 rebounds.

McVay said this was a good game to have close to the sectional.

"We aren't going to see anyone like this is the sectional," McVay said. "The things that worked against Lebanon are going to work against any team in our sectional. It would be nice if it were a little more of a confidence builder, but we are going to show up no matter what. I am anxious to see what our draw is. Last night Fountain Central only beat Riverton Parke by six. I think our sectional is wide open. I don't think everyone will say that, but I think it is."