SEDALIA, Mo. — State Fair landed five players in double figures Saturday night, and led the entire way to prevail 72-59 over Mineral Area in a women’s basketball regular-season finale.

Antoinette Taylor scored 14 points and Apiphany Wood added 13 for the Lady Roadrunners (21-6, 9-1), who had already clinched the top record and No. 1 seed in the upcoming Region XVI tournament.

Sophomore center Larra Kubinski scored 13 points and Tayla Corrigan had 10 to pace the Lady Cardinals (16-11, 4-6) inside.

Kasia Kiejdrowska compiled 12 points with five assists, and made the only two 3-pointers as MAC went 2-of-13 from beyond the arc.

State Fair had a 34-26 halftime and shot 49 percent from the floor while having a dismal 9-of-27 showing at the line. Asia Mosley pitched in with 11 points and 10 rebounds.

M.J. Buschmann had nine rebounds and four steals for Mineral Area, which hosts Crowder at 5 p.m. on Tuesday in a 4-5 tournament matchup.

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