The Jekyll-and-Hyde season for the Lady Indians continued Thursday.

Pacific (9-10, 0-3) struggled with illness and as a result never found its rhythm during a Four Rivers Conference match with St. James (11-10, 2-1), losing 50-29.

St. James led 12-8 after the first quarter, but then held Pacific to just two points in the second period to take a 23-10 advantage into halftime.

The Lady Tigers’ lead held at 37-18 after three quarters.

Pacific shot just 27.3 percent from the floor, but did make good on 8-10 free-throw attempts.

Grace Burrows was Pacific’s leading scorer with seven points.

Delia Toney was next with six points.

Cori O’Neill and Morgann Harrison each added four points.

Madison Brocato and Julia White both contributed three points.

Annie Mueller rounded out the Pacific scoring with two points.

O’Neill led the team in rebounds with seven.

Toney pulled down four rebounds. Harrison and Cassidy Murray both recorded three rebounds. Mueller rebounded two and Brocato and Maddie King each made one rebound.

King’s two assists were a team high. The Lady Indians got one assist each from Mueller, Burrows, Brocato and Murray.

Six Pacific players recorded one steal — Brocato, Burrows, Harrison, King, Mueller and White.

O’Neill and Toney each picked up one blocked shot.

Bailey Wells led all scorers with 16 points for St. James.

Ashley Rinehart also broke into double digits for the Lady Tigers with 11 points.

Other St. James scorers included Savanna Ricetti with nine points, Hannah Marcee with seven points, Alyssa Rinehart with six and Quinn Paulus with one.