Lufkin's Natasha Mack scored 20 points to help lead the 9th-ranked Angelina College Lady Roadrunners over the Jacksonville Lady Jaguars 79-60 in conference play Tuesda night. But, it was her first two points of the game that will go down in the history books.  That's because with that lay up less than two minutes into the game, the former Lufkin Panther moved past Lesa Jones (1979-1981) as the all-time leading scorer in program history.

The Lady Roadrunners still have 3 more regular season games to play (2 at home) and hopefully quite a few postseason games on the horizon, so Mack should continue to make history with every bucket in every game.  The Angelina College sophomore will play at the Division I level after graduating.  She has narrowed her choices down to 10 schools.