PITKIN — It wasn’t the prettiest of victories, but a win is a win.

PITKIN — It wasn’t the prettiest of victories, but a win is a win.

A total of 11 players scored for the Anacoco Lady Indians on Friday night as they took care of the Pitkin Lady Tigers in District 4-B play, 72-24.

The Lady Indians improved to 21-5 overall with the victory, 2-0 in league play. They have a chance to reclaim the No. 1 spot in the Class B power rankings on Tuesday as the top-ranked Florien Lady Blackcats were beaten on the road by the Stanley Lady Panthers.

Pitkin (6-20, 0-2) never led in the game and fell behind by six points early on as Annabelle Sellers scored in the post twice, while fellow junior Korie Kreps added a bucket.

Shelby Lentz got the Lady Tigers on the board with a pair of free throws, but a 3-point play by Cammy Hooks gave the Lady Indians a 9-2 lead entering the second period.

Anacoco continued to pour it on during the second quarter.

When Lentz drained a 3-pointer to get Pitkin within five points at 10-5, the Lady Indians responded with a huge run.

Anacoco managed to extend the lead to 21 points during its surge toward halftime.

Hooks continued to score at will as she notched nine more points during the frame, while all-stater Whitney Goins got into the scoring act as well.

Lentz, Brilee Nolen and Holley Ash scored as well for Pitkin as it found treading extremely difficult as the Lady Indians took a 32-11 lead in at the intermission.

It was all Anacoco in the third quarter as the Lady Indians put together a 24-2 surge, getting a 3-pointer from Allie Haymon and a bucket from Ellie McDonald, with Anacoco taking a 56-13 lead into the final eight minutes of play.

From that point forward, both teams began to empty their respective benches.

Ashlynn Chaney, Cally Hooks and Maci Quayhagen all got into the scoring act for the Lady Indians as they coasted to the victory.

Four players reached double figures for the Lady Indians, led by Cammy Hooks off the bench with 13 points.

Goins contributed 12 points in the win, while Sellers and Kreps each finished with 11 points.

McDonald chipped in with eight points.

The lone Lady Tigers to get into double digits was Lentz, who finished with 10 points.

Only four players scored for the Lady Tigers in the loss, including Ash with eight points and Nolen with five points.