|Published: 11:53 AM, 01/30/2013
Author: Brandon Keys
Source: The Monroe County Advocate
- A win is a win, no matter the margin. If you were unsure of that
fact just ask Sequoyah head basketball coach Daniel
â€śHey thatâ€™s a heck of a win on the road. We needed this game, and
it just shows you how hard our guys are working when they grit out a
game like this,â€ť said Curtis.
the Chiefs with 22 points and was a constant problem for the Polk
County guards. Taylor
the night with 13 points, while Braden
down a 3-pointer, and Shon
game was back and forth from the start as Sequoyah held just a 13-12
lead after the first quarter. Polk
County was really shut down in the second quarter when the Chiefs
held them to just four points. The Chiefs went to the half with a
the third, Polk made a run and stayed close with the Chiefs. The
fourth quarter was all Polk, but it was too late.The
Wildcats outsocred the Chiefs 18-12 in the last stanza, but Sequoyah
held on for a 46-45 win. The Chiefs will host the only team to beat
them in 5-AA this year, the McMinn Central Chargers, when the come to
the Chop House on Friday night.
the way Sweetwater performed against McMinn Central and the fact that
Sequoyah will have some of their key pieces back, there is reason for
optimism regarding the Friday game.
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