With 5:06 left in the Cherokee Countys 69-11 win over Cleburne County, the Lady Warriors' senior guard scored her 1,000th career point.
Anglin, who finished with 27 points, received high praise from CCHS head coach Travis Barnes.
Im very proud for Anissa. Shes really grown up a lot in the two years that Ive been coaching her. After Holly Wright graduated last year, Anissa has really stepped up as leader in practice and in games. Shes been very consistent on offense and defense, and well really miss her when shes gone next season.
Haley Highfield added 14 points for Cherokee County.
As for the game itself, it was one of those affairs where it was over almost before it began.
Aided by numerous Cleburne County missed shots and turnovers, the Lady Warriors (13-11) ran out to a 14-1 first quarter lead.
The Lady Tigers scored just two points from the field in the entire first half, and that offense didnt come until 2:10 remained until halftime.
Meanwhile, CCHS opened the second period with an 11-0 run, with Anglin accounting for eight of the hosts 17 points.
The Lady Warriors had a decided edge in free throw shooting, as CCHS visited the foul line 13 times to Cleburne Countys three trips.
We knew coming into the game that [Cleburne County] wasnt very solid, so we used tonight to work on our defense, said Barnes. Our press worked pretty well, and we were able to rotate in a lot of girls and move people around to different spots.
The second half mirrored the first, with Anglin outscoring the visitors 12-3 in the third frame.
Entering the fourth quarter with a 57-7 advantage, Cherokee Countys only goal in the final minutes was to keep Anglin in the game until she reached her milestone.
CHEROKEE COUNTY (69): Anglin 27, Highfield 14, Davis 8, Griffith 6, Blanchard 6, Andrews 4, Rochester 2, Chesnut 2.
CLEBURNE COUNTY (11): Smith 5, Brown 3, Willis 3