|Published: 12:26 PM, 11/29/2012
Author: Brandon Keys
Source: The Monroe County Advocate
SEQUOYAH-The Sequoyah Lady Chiefs rode
the momentum from a Saturday night win in Tellico, to a 55-37 victory
over the visiting Kingston Lady Yellow Jackets.
Savana Atchley had a career game with
17 points, tying her with Hunter Simpson for the game high. Simpson
was lethal on defense picking up eight steals throughout the night.
Sequoyah jumped on Kingston early in
the first 16-11, but really took control in the second, outscoring
With Atchley's performance
contributing to the expected play of Simpson, the Lady Chiefs didn't
have to rely as heavily on their inside game.
With 18 steals, a lot of the Lady
Chiefs baskets came on fast break points. Kassidi Freeman finished
the night with five points for rebounds and two blocks. Emily Ingram
had four points, as did Laura Whited. Danielle Slack and Chancey
Welshan each had three ponts, and Josee Weese had two.
The defense for Sequoyah was superb all
night. Creating turnovers and fast break opportunities is exactly
what this offense needed. At times this team has struggled in the
half court, but if they can continue to apply great ball pressure and
reek havoc on opposing offenses, then they stand a good chance to win
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