ANACOCO — With Callie Maddox being held well below her season average, the third-ranked Fairview Lady Panthers needed to find some scoring from other sources.

ANACOCO — With Callie Maddox being held well below her season average, the third-ranked Fairview Lady Panthers needed to find some scoring from other sources.

Enter Rylee Jinks and Olivia Williams.

Jinks and Williams each reached double figures Friday night as Fairview rallied from a 3-point halftime deficit to come away with a 67-62 win over the fourth-ranked Anacoco Lady Indians in front of a packed house at the Reservation.

With the win, the Lady Panthers improved to 32-2 overall, 4-0 in district play, while Anacoco dropped to 21-6 on the season, 2-1 in league action.

The Lady Panthers took a quick 5-0 lead as Jinks drilled a 3-pointer, while Maddox connected on a driving layup. Fairview managed to maintain that same advantage a little later in the frame following a 3-pointer from Williams, 12-6.

But the Lady Indians were quick to respond, getting two 3-pointers from ULM signee Whitney Goins and another triple from Cammy Hooks as Anacoco claimed a 15-14 lead, its first of the game.

The Lady Indians closed out the frame with a 4-point lead, 24-20.

Anacoco's advantage grew to seven points at its largest during the second quarter, the final time coming on a basket by Ellie MacDonald for a 41-34 edge. However, a 3-point play by Maggie Manuel and a free throw from Maddox allowed the Lady Panthers to cut the gap to three at the intermission, 41-38.

Coming out of the break, the Lady Indians got a basket by Korie Kreps to open up a 5-point lead, only to see Fairview battled back to take the lead, 45-43, on a pair of free throws from Maddox.

Anacoco managed to reclaim the lead a little later in the frame, but nine straight points from the Lady Panthers, which included another 3-pointer from Jinks, allowed Fairview to take a 54-49 advantage into the fourth period.

Fairview managed to move out to a 7-point lead on a 3-pointer by Manuel, 60-53, but watched Anacoco battle back to cut it to 62-60 on a triple by Kreps.

But a driving layup by junior Maddisen Martin and a couple of free throws from Maddox sealed the deal for Fairview as it took the huge win.

Maddox led four Fairview players in double figures with 20 points, while Martin added 14 points. Williams and Jinks each had 12 points. Manuel added eight points.

Goins paced the Lady Indians with 20 points, while Kreps added 12 points.