The Oneida Middle School Lady Indians Basketball team got their season started last Monday and have already been busy, playing three contests in their fi rst eight days. Oneida opened their season with a victory at Burchfi eld before falling in their home opener to Jacks-boro. The Lady Indians bounced back with another road win this Monday night to move to 2-1 overall to start the year with a handful of games scheduled for the next week. On Monday, October 30th, the Lady Indians traveled down 3rd Street to take on the Lady Rams of Burchfi eld. Oneida completely dominated the contest, not allowing a single basket in the game as they coasted to a 42-0 win. Kendall Duncan led all scorers with 13 points while Shadyn Lay and Blakelee Culver each added six points apiece. Oneida hosted their home opener on Thursday night as the Lady Eagles of Jacksboro came to town. This time around, Oneida’s offense never could get rolling as they trailed 20-8 at the half before falling 48-14. Duncan again led all scorers with eight points with four rebounds, two blocks, and two steals. The Lady Indians had 27 turnovers in the game while shooting just 9% from the fi eld.The Lady Indians would rebound on Monday, November 6th as they traveled to Duff to take on the Lady Bulldogs of Wynn. Leading 33-2 at the break, Oneida coasted in the second half as they would come away with a 50-2 victory. Twelve Lady Indians would score in the game, led by Tynleigh Jeffers and Maddie Pike with eight points each. Jayilee Coffey added seven points while Lucy Sexton chipped in with six points. The Lady Indians are back in action on Tuesday, November 7th as they travel to Winfi eld. They return home on Thursday the 9th for Homecoming as they take on White Oak. Oneida goes back on the road on Satur-day the 11th at Pickett County and Monday the 13th at Fairview. All games are scheduled to begin at 6 pm.